The Baltimore Ravens already had questions regarding their pass rush before the NFL’s reining Defensive Player of the Year, Terrell Suggs, tore his Achilles’ tendon during offseason workouts in Arizona. While the Ravens drafted Courtney Upshaw with their first pick in the second round of the NFL Draft, it was an uncertainty who was going […]
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The Baltimore Ravens are not ready to give up on outside linebacker Sergio Kindle, who has played in only two games in his two-year career. At the NFL combine on Friday, Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome told reporters that the team wants to see what Kindle can do in a full offseason. “We’re looking forward […]
After playing his first nine career seasons with the Baltimore Ravens, Jarret Johnson is set to hit the open market and become a free agent when the new league year begins next month. Johnson, 30, has played in a franchise record 129 games, and the day after the AFC Championship Game loss in New England, […]
Outside linebacker Jarret Johnson is the Baltimore Ravens’ iron man, having played in a franchise-record 130 consecutive games. But Johnson’s not sure if he’ll be returning to be the work horse and perennially underrated talent many Ravens fans have come to know and love. “I don’t know, we’ll see,” Johnson said, via BaltimoreRavens.com. “We’ve got […]
It’s been a long and rocky road for Ravens’ linebacker Sergio Kindle. In 2010, Kindle was taken in the second-round of the draft and was the Ravens top selection, as they did not have a first-round pick that year. However, he missed the entire 2010 season after falling down two flights of stairs and fracturing […]
Late last week, Ravens staff, players, and fans alike started to worry when they heard that rookie second-round draft pick, Sergio Kindle, fell down two flights of stairs on Thursday night and was taken to the hospital. Kindle, a 23-year-old defensive end/linebacker, is currently listed in stable condition at University Medial Center Brackenridge. “Members of […]
The Baltimore Ravens announced a revised training camp autograph policy earlier this week and set off quite a firestorm in the process. The new policy states that players will sign autographs for only children (between 6 and 15 years old) and only after the morning practice session. When I first heard of the change, I […]