The left side of Ravens’ offensive line is a question mark heading into Sunday’s game against Oakland. Rookie running back Kenneth Dixon (knee) is doubtful to make a return this week.
New Ravens safety Eric Weddle could have been an Oakland Raider alongside good friend and quarterback Derek Carr. Instead, he signed with the Ravens and has transformed their defense with his leadership. Players jokingly call him ‘Coach Weddle.’
The Ravens' outside pass rush will get more bite with Pro Bowler Elvis Dumervil set to make his 2016 debut. Dumervil said how many snaps he plays will be up to the coaches, but his return should allow Defensive Coordinator Dean Pees more flexibility in his play-calling.
The Ravens receiver tells the story from 2011 of how some trash talk led to a heated rivalry between the two players when Wallace was a Steeler. Steelers Head Coach Mike Tomlin told Wallace on his first day in Pittsburgh that he should pick out a Raven to hate.
The departed left guard said the Ravens didn’t offer ‘much at all’ in contract negations. Facing the Ravens isn’t just any other game to Osemele, as he looks forward to pancaking his former teammates.
The Flacco family is now up to six, and Joe and wife Dana may not be done. Flacco grew up with five siblings and likes being a father. He was hoping for a girl.
Baltimore is 25th in the NFL in average yards per game and 24th in points per game (19). The Ravens have scored just four touchdowns in three games. But Head Coach John Harbaugh and quarterback Joe Flacco see improvements coming as the unit gets more time together.
Fans with an eye for fashion have probably noticed that Head Coach John Harbaugh has switched up his gameday look the past two games. After two dramatic wins, does he plan on keeping the look going even as it gets colder?
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