Found June 29, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
Steve Spagnuolo was hired by the Ravens to be a defensive assistant a few short months ago. Spagnuolo believes that this defense could be one of the best he’s ever coached. “This is as good a looking football team that I’ve ever seen. I’m talking about physically and stout.” Spagnuolo is even comparing the Ravens defense to the 2007 Giants defense. “I had little visions of the Giants’ front that I happened to be privileged to be working with.” Need NFL Tickets? The post Spagnuolo believes the Ravens defense can be special appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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