It’s tough to really try to differentiate as to who the best guard/center the Ravens have ever drafted truly is. We will bend the rules a bit and give you two.
The 29th pick out of the 2007 draft was a big success when he was drafted out of Auburn. Grubbs was a big playmaker coming out of college with great technique and a great work ethic. Grubbs played for the Ravens...
The Saints saw solid production from their offensive line in 2013, especially from the three hogs in the middle.
Jahri Evans and Ben Grubbs were rewarded for their stellar play with Pro Bowl selections, while the most underrated center (perhaps even offensive lineman) in the game continued to turn in excellent performance after excellent performance.
Fans of the Saints know just...
Few teams are in a position where they can essentially eliminate one position from their draft board altogether, but that’s exactly where the Saints find themselves when it comes to interior lineman.
New Orleans is home to (potentially) the best duo of guards in the game in Jahri Evans and Ben Grubbs. Both were pro bowlers in 2013, and neither is in play for free agency this year...
New Orleans Saints Pro Bowl guard Ben Grubbs wants revenge – but it’s all for a good cause.
Grubbs is hosting his annual charity softball game on Thursday, May 15 at Zephyr Field in Metairie with more than 30 current Saints players expected to participate.
The game is open to the public. Tickets go on sale Monday (Feb. 24) at 10 a.m. at all Ticketmaster...
How many times as Saints Fans, while watching a game, have we said: “C’mon man!”, “Are you kidding me?”, “Block for him!”, “There’s too much pressure on Drew!” ?
In my opinion, this has been a difficult year for the Saints Offensive Line. Maybe it’s just because we saw so much improvement in the defense department and tend to focus on Drew and the running game...
Ben Grubbs says that when he ventured into free agency, New Orleans seemed like the right fit personally and professionally.
Grubbs grew up in Alabama and played at Auburn, and when All-Pro left guard Carl Nicks left New Orleans during same offseason in which Grubbs became a free agent, the opportunity to return to the South and join a record-setting offense presented itself.
Via AP on Fox
August 01, 2012
They weren’t able to keep Carl Nicks. He left for Tampa Bay on Wednesday.
OG Ben Grubbs was out there, so it was a pretty much a no-brainer.
Grubbs signed a 5-year deal with the Saints worth a whopping $36 million with a $10 million dollar signing bonus ($16M guaranteed).
According to Greg Rosenthall of NBC Sports, free agent guard Ben Grubbs and the Baltimore Ravens are not close to signing a new, long-term deal. Grubbs, who Pro Football Focus ranks as the third best free agent guard, has been a key component to the Ravens offensive line since earning the starting job as a rookie in 2007. But with the Ravens currently dealing with the expired contract...
Baltimore Ravens left guard Ben Grubbs was added to the AFC Pro Bowl team, even though he would he preferred not to get an invitation. Grubbs is headed to the Pro Bowl because the New England Patriots beat the Ravens in the AFC Championship Game. Grubbs and Ravens right guard Marshal Yanda are now starters [...]
The Baltimore Ravens got a big bonus yesterday leading up to the Pittsburgh Steelers game this Sunday night, as starting left guard Ben Grubbs returned to practice. Grubbs has been absent from all but one game this season, and that was week one’s 35-7 victory over the Steelers. He’s been sidelined due to ligament damage [...]