We’ll finally get a better idea of the running back rotation. Lions’ Darius Slay will ask Steve Smith Sr. for his jersey. Only one Raven landed on the ESPN top 100 list. Ravens are short on healthy defensive backs. Ray Lewis is featured on the ‘Cigar Aficionado’ cover.
Receivers reach 100 percent attendance. Breshad Perriman shows off speed in first practice. Pittsburgh columnist: There go the Steelers’ chances.
Does Matt Elam’s injury mark the end of his Ravens’ career? Roster decisions becoming less daunting. Ravens trying to hide Victor Ochi? More clarity in the return game. Ryan Jensen can’t get pancaked like that.
Johnson winning backup QB role seems unlikely. Starting defense’s slow starts are a growing concern. Butler deserves roster spot. Watson and Wallace don’t get a single target. Wright and Powers need to play better, as Davis continues to improve. Give credit to Matt Elam. How will Smith’s return affect Aiken? Moore impressed.
Risky fantasy options at tight end, receiver and running back. Andrew Luck will make his preseason debut vs. the Ravens. Terrell Suggs: Roger Goodell has his favorites.
Smith Sr.'s goal: Upset opponents' grandmas for killing their little boys' dreams. Wallace and Flacco are locker room buddies. Suddenly defense getting better of offense with Suggs' return. Phelps will likely get a (non-gold) statue
NFL fan base rankings might trigger your gag reflex. Joe Flacco’s preseason absence is no cause for concern. Baltimore has one of the league’s most improved backfields. Bills have lost a handful of players.
Even if John Harbaugh swears he isn't the better coach, Jim says he is. Jim is 'ticked off to this day' about the Super Bowl. Cam Newton made sure Baltimore homeless man ate well for a night. James Harrison responds to Michael Phelps' Steelers jab.
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