There are plenty of unanswered questions as the Ravens enter training camp, but only one cannot be answered.
The Ravens made significant changes this season with 32 new players on their 90-man roster.
Now that NFL rosters are essentially set, teams are switching their focus to finding the best strategy to win football games in 2016. Here’s what Baltimore’s should look like.
The Ravens could have saved a few pennies, but they followed one of the commandments of today’s NFL: ‘Thou Shalt Satisfy Thy Kicker (as long as he’s a good one).’
Breshad Perriman avoided major knee surgery. Two tight ends suspended. Joe Flacco didn’t take a single snap in the offseason. The Ravens have a new left side on the offensive line.
The franchise quarterback's ability to deliver a swift return from serious knee surgery shouldn’t be underestimated.
A longterm deal will eventuality get done, but the Ravens need to ensure its one that they won't regret.
The evolution of modern NFL defensive strategy was largely influenced by the late Buddy Ryan. And if you look back closely, you'll see his philosophical tenets were also all over the Ravens' legendary 2000 defense.