No…but only because he wasn’t drafted by the Ravens.
Alright that’s laughable as well.
Bajema’s only true connection with the best tight end draft pick is the fact he wore 86 for Baltimore.
As with most Super Bowl winners, the Baltimore Ravens offseason in 2001 saw them lose a number of key players from their team. Left and right, other NFL franchises picked away at the...
The Baltimore Ravens announced that they’ve released veteran WR Brandon Stokely and re-signed TE Billy Bajema.
And so ends Stokely’s second stint with the team that originally drafted him back in 1999. Stokely caught nine receptions for 79 yards in three games this season, despite dealing with a groin injury.
This looks to be a positive sign regarding Jacoby Jones status, and...
The Baltimore Ravens have re-signed TE Billy Bajema. The career blocking specialist will resume his role from a year ago as the third tight end behind Dennis Pitta and Ed Dickson. He has never been thought of as a catching threat but is good at his job of extending the offensive line.
A week ago, the Houston Texans had brought Bajema in for a workout but the Ravens were quick to...
Texans are working out former Ravens tight end Billy Bajema today, according to a league source.
— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) June 4, 2013
According to Aaron Wilson, the Houston Texans have worked out free agent tight end Billy Bajema. Bajema is 6-4 and 259 lbs. and has played for the San Francisco 49ers (2005-2008), St. Louis Rams (2009-2011) and the Baltimore Ravens (2012...
A look into free agency
Now that the season is over it is time to look towards the future. As good as the 2012 Seahawks team was there is a good chance the 2013 team will be better, if they add the right pieces. Of course injuries can effect an entire season.
Last week I wrote a two part piece about the 5 positions that I felt the Seahawks needed to upgrade during the offseason...
The Baltimore Ravens will try to complete a miraculous run to the NFL championship on Feb. 3 when they face the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl at the Mercedes Benz Superdome in New Orleans. Former Oklahoma State Cowboys Billy Bajema and Ryan McBean (injured reserve) are members of the Ravens, and ex-Cowboys Perrish Cox and Kendall Hunter (injured reserve) are with the 49ers.
It took a while for the Ravens to get on the board, but they did in the third quarter.
Backup quarterback Curtis Painter found tight end Billy Bajema in the end zone for the Ravens’ first touchdown of the game.
Painter later found wide receiver Deonte Thompson for the second touchdown of the game.
Cuts are tomorrow. I will write about those when they happen.
The Ravens have looked better against Atlanta’s backups.
The Ravens’ defense recovered a fumble at the 10-yard line leading to a Curtis Painter touchdown pass that went to Billy Bajema, the newest tight end.
That was the tying score. The Ravens seem to be playing a bit better in the second half.
The Ravens lost a tight end when Dennis Pitta went down with a broken hand on Monday. They’ve filled the tight end void, at least temporarily.
According to reports, the Ravens signed Billy Bajema.
Bajema spent last season with the St. Louis Rams after breaking in with the San Francisco 49ers.