With a 20-22 record as the starter of the last three seasons and a first-round pick rolling into town this season, 33-year-old Joe Flacco’s future as the Baltimore Ravens’ starting quarterback appears bleak. Despite being under contract through the 2021 season, I just can’t see Flacco starting a full 16Read More →

Just what the underachieving Baltimore Ravens (3-3) needed. Another injury to a wide receiver. Already short-handed on weapons, the Ravens have ruled wide receiver Mike Wallace out for the rest of their Week 7 match-up against Minnesota (4-2). During the first quarter, Wallace took a hard hit, losing his helmetRead More →

With the recent CTE study results being released, 26-year-old Baltimore Ravens’ offensive lineman John Urschel has abruptly announced his retirement from the National Football League. The former Penn State standout played three seasons in the league, starting 13 games for the Ravens after being drafted with the 175th overall pickRead More →

It looks like the Baltimore Ravens’ recently-released running back Justin Forsett is really gone from Baltimore for good now, following Terrance West’s 113-yard, 1 TD performance in his first start with the Ravens this past Sunday. The job industry in today’s world is tough out there, especially for a soon-to-be-31-year-oldRead More →

This is a common scenario as of late in the NFL: a team finishes last, or close to it one year and the next year they win the division and make a playoff run. Free agency and increased salary caps (along with some solid drafting for some teams) allow teamsRead More →

1st Round: CB Mackensie Alexander, Clemson The Ravens have had secondary issues the past few seasons. Injuries have played a big part in that, but the age and injury history of Ladarius Webb, and the disappointment of 2011 first rounder Jimmy Smith hasn’t helped the position, either. Alexander is aRead More →