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Outspoken Baltimore Ravens safety Bernard Pollard was a guest Fox Sports' FSR Daybreak radio show this week. He gave his opinion on a few things, but most notable was his comparison of New England Patriots QB Tom Brady and his own QB Joe Flacco (via sportsradiointerviews.com).
“We have a great quarterback who can throw the ball anywhere on the field. … He doesn’t play a perfect game.
The kicking battle between veteran Billy Cundiff and rookie Justin Tucker (Texas) may have widened earlier this week, as Tucker outkicked Cundiff once again in practice. According to Ed Lee of The Baltimore Sun, to date Tucker has connected on 82 of his 87 attempts while Cundiff has gone just 74 of 89. On Monday, [...]
DL coach Clarence Brooks got some much-deserved prime time in Monday's press conference at the Ravens Castle complex.Defensive assistant Clarence Brooks...It is not uncommon for Brooks to have a smile on his face before and after workouts and meetings. It's obvious he loves his job...and he knows he's got a lot of talent to work with.“He is a fun coach to have. He lets...
The great thing about the NFL is that there are so many positions that every year, there is almost always at least one player who has a breakout year on every team, no matter how good or bad the team is. This is the part in a 32 part segment detailing one potential breakout player for the 2012 NFL season on each NFL team. For the Baltimore Ravens, that player is wide receiver Torrey...
Justin Tucker made six of seven field goal tries, positioning himself well while Billy Cundiff stumbled on Monday.
What can the Baltimore Ravens do for you this fantasy season? Check out Athlon Sports' team report as we break down the rookies, veteran players to...
With Bobbie Williams out of practice, left tackle Bryant McKinnie earned reps with the first team on Monday. Kelechi Osemele filled in at right guard and Michael Oher played at right tackle.
In his first game as defensive coordinator of the Baltimore Ravens, Dean Pees watched Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan follow the opening kickoff with five straight completions for 71 yards and a touchdown.
Not exactly what Pees was looking for from a unit that has exuded excellence for well over a decade.
Sure, it was only a preseason game and middle linebacker Ray Lewis...