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Taping the Eagles' ankles is an unsung art...

It's something you don't think about much as a phan...unless you have primordial memories as a former amateur player... But pro players have to tape their ankles before every practice and game. The good news in the pros--- there is a staff of trainers to do the job. But when you were a third-string special teams player like I was in high school, and subsequently...
Via Eagles Eye
May 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Taping the Eagles' ankles is an unsung art...

It's something you don't think about much as a phan...unless you have primordial memories as a former amateur player... But pro players have to tape their ankles before every practice and game. The good news in the pros--- there is a staff of trainers to do the job. But when you were a third-string special teams player like I was in high school, and subsequently...
Via Eagles Eye
May 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Taping the Eagles' ankles is an unsung art...

It's something you don't think about much as a phan...unless you have primordial memories as a former amateur player... But pro players have to tape their ankles before every practice and game. The good news in the pros--- there is a staff of trainers to do the job. But when you were a third-string special teams player like I was in high school, and subsequently...
Via Eagles Eye
May 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Taping the Eagles' ankles is an unsung art...

It's something you don't think about much as a phan...unless you have primordial memories as a former amateur player... But pro players have to tape their ankles before every practice and game. The good news in the pros--- there is a staff of trainers to do the job. But when you were a third-string special teams player like I was in high school, and subsequently...
Via Eagles Eye
May 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Taping the Eagles' ankles is an unsung art...

It's something you don't think about much as a phan...unless you have primordial memories as a former amateur player... But pro players have to tape their ankles before every practice and game. The good news in the pros--- there is a staff of trainers to do the job. But when you were a third-string special teams player like I was in high school, and subsequently...
Via Eagles Eye
May 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Taping the Eagles' ankles is an unsung art...

It's something you don't think about much as a phan...unless you have primordial memories as a former amateur player... But pro players have to tape their ankles before every practice and game. The good news in the pros--- there is a staff of trainers to do the job. But when you were a third-string special teams player like I was in high school, and subsequently...
Via Eagles Eye
May 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Baltimore Ravens Face Offseason Dilemmas

The offseason for the Baltimore Ravens could come as early as two weeks from now or as late as after the Super Bowl. Ozzie Newsome probably doesn't want to see it come early for several reasons. Ravens superstar safety Ed Reed is currently at the end of his contract and will most likely be looking for an extension. At 34, Ed feels like he can play for another three years or...
Via Football Nation
December 27, 2012  |  Discuss

2012 NFL Draft: Michael Brockers Scouting Report

Michael Brockers qualifies as one of the more raw prospects at any position in this year's NFL Draft, as he chose to forego his final two seasons of eligibility after a solid redshirt sophomore campaign in 2011. He had 54 total tackles, including 10 tackles for loss, last season as a key part of an outstanding LSU defense, and his ability to play multiple spots along the defensive...
Via Football Nation
April 19, 2012  |  Discuss

Despite Monday's ugly loss, Ravens are still better than a year ago

So, another great former Raven will be in the house Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium. Todd Heap will return for the first time since he was released by the team last summer. Derrick Mason already has been back twice in different uniforms. Kelly Gregg stopped by during the preseason.
Via baltimoresun.com
October 29, 2011  |  Discuss

ONLINE ONLY Which salary cap casualty do the Ravens miss most?

In late July, the Ravens released four veterans who had played critical roles for the team in years past. To clear salary cap space, the Ravens said sayonara to Todd Heap, Derrick Mason, Kelly Gregg and Willis McGahee.
Via baltimoresun.com
October 28, 2011  |  Discuss

Cody now handling his share of the load alongside Ngata

Second-year tackle studies long-time Raven Kelly Gregg for tips on techniqueWatching video, Terrence Cody's eyes gloss over the other members of the Ravens' defense until he homes in on a familiar figure.
Via baltimoresun.com
October 27, 2011  |  Discuss
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