Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports The Kansas City Chiefs made watershed sports history on Monday, when they officially announced the much anticipated contract extension for their young star quarterback, Patrick Mahomes.
Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images In this series, I will be analyzing each of the Ravens 2019 draft picks and predicting what fans should reasonably expect from each player during their second season.
Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports 10 years, $503 million. The new contract extension of the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback and 2018 NFL MVP Patrick Mahomes is a mighty one that will no doubt be the new gold standard for QB contracts.
Ravens QB Lamar Jackson will hold his annual "Funday with LJ" event on Saturday and Sunday in his hometown of Pompano Beach, where social gatherings in groups of more than 10 people are currently not allowed during the pandemic.
According to reports by Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Kansas City Chiefs are giving Patrick Mahomes a landmark 10 year contract extension. Lamar Jackson won’t be far behind: The past two MVP’s of the NFL are Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson.
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson became the league MVP in only his second season. He has nowhere to go but down. He’s determined to keep going up. “We had this conversation when I first saw him this offseason,” Jackson’s private quarterbacks coach, Joshua Harris, recently told Brent Sobleski of BleacherReport.com.
Ravens backup quarterback Trace McSorley is a good enough all-around athlete that when he was coming out of Penn State last year, some teams asked him to work out as a defensive back at the Scouting Combine.
Photo by Robin Alam/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images New threads would only add to the team’s existing swagger Although the addition of the Baltimore Ravens 2018 color rush, purple and gold jerseys is always a wonderful sight to see, I feel that a complete overhaul of the team’s jerseys is long overdue.
Antonio Brown is on the road to redemption with the hopes of returning to the NFL. While the former All-Pro receiver carries a lot of risks, there seems to be no shortage of suitors if he is allowed to return.