Interested in catching a Ravens' practice this week? If so, here's the schedule below, which includes players and coaches the media will have access to interview each day.
For the first time since 2007, the Ravens will leave Westminster behind and bring one of their practices to M &T Bank Stadium on Saturday, Aug. 7. Starting at noon, the free session will bring the experiences of training camp to Baltimore in an important week for the team. Their first preseason game is five days after the practice against the Carolina Panthers. Parking lots
Recently, Don Banks of SI.com posed 20 questions going into the 2010 NFL season. The second question he asked involved the Ravens Anquan Boldin. Banks: Will Anquan Boldin be the No. 1 receiver that Baltimore has lacked since Raymond Berry retired? Here's his thoughts on that topic: The tricky part of Boldin finally escaping Arizona and Larry Fitzgerald's shadow is that while he definitely got
EA Sports' Madden 2011 will release on August 11, and the pro's are already getting their shot to be one of the first to play this years version. In this video, Ray Lewis sounds off on his thoughts on Madden 2011, and even talks about his name being linked to Dallas last offseason.
As I was skimming through ESPN's NFL section I noticed a piece from James Walker who covers the AFC North for the site. In his blog he talked about future Hall of Famers in the North and for the Ravens he profiled FS Ed Reed. Walker ultimately decided that "Reed is a virtual lock. But a Super Bowl title and/or another productive year or two
Last week, ESPN's Trey Wingo called into the Scott Garceau show to talk about the upcoming NFL season and the Baltimore Ravens. Right off the bat he pointed out that his colleague, the highly credible Adam Schefter, said the Ravens are going to the Super Bowl in Dallas this season. Wingo then went on to talk about the Ravens' offseason, which he called the best