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For Ravens LB Ray Lewis, age is just a number!
Editor’s note: New to DLF, Eric Olinger has been writing for IDPGuru.com for two years now and likes to focus on the Dynasty/Keeper IDP aspects of fantasy football. That doesn’t mean the offensive guys are off limits, though. He’s been playing dynasty IDP leagues since 1998 and it’s in his DNA to talk fantasy football 365 days a year, so he’s a perfect fit to be the newest writer on DLF.
Especially in startup drafts, people often overlook the proven veteran who’s a little long in the tooth for a shiny new toy. We all do it, but these grizzled veterans are reliable sources of IDP goodness. Everyone wants the next big thing, the budding Superstar that will be dominant for years to come, the “alpha dog” if you will. All while the guys who are already doing it slip through the cracks, some of which will likely outproduce 75% of those young pups. So, why not take a proven guy with a little tread worn off the tires? They’re usually a ...
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On the final day of minicamp last week, the Ravens’ projected starting left guard, Jah Reid, was injured and carted off the field. Reid is currently in a competition for the backup right tackle and the starting left guard positions. It was reported that Reid left the field with a calf injury. Reid measured in [...]
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco and his wife recently gave birth to a baby boy. What’s really amazing is how quickly their baby already has a Twitter account. Ok well it’s a parody account, but it’s already quite entertaining.
Waiting on my folks to release a pic of me. I DO NOT have a unibrow so I don’t know what the hold up is #BabyFlacco #Ravens
— Baby Flacco...
Bryant McKinnie is a talented left tackle, but he has had highly public struggles with his weight in his career, especially in the past couple years as he’s now in his 30s. He was cut for being out of shape out of the lockout by the Vikings last year and then still struggled with his weight with the Ravens, who picked him up after he was released, though he still played pretty...
Nice showing throughout OTA's by Courtney Upshaw based upon all reports coming in...The 6-2, 265 lb. top draft pick of the Ravens is being asked to learn fast, as he remains the next best answer to starting as a pass-rushing linebacker in the Ravens 3-4 system while Terrell Suggs is on the mend from a torn Achilles injury.Upshaw is in his rookie season out of Alabama, but he...