The Ravens quarterback lived at his parents’ home during his first two NFL offseasons, and he shared a room with a younger brother who had a poster of Tom Brady on the wall, among other magazine cutouts and posters.
Ravens safety Eric Weddle has a major sweet tooth. He used to eat desserts every night, but gave it up when he arrived in Baltimore. Now he goes all out as a reward after each win. Weddle explains the routine, and gives the scoop on his favorite flavors.
The Ravens linebacker got through his difficult rehab with the help of his wife, Jennifer. She told him he was going to play this year, and helped him totally change his diet to compensate for not getting as much work in this offseason.
Impersonator Andre Boyd brings his A-game to tell the Ravens defense to turn their linebacker Bibles to Ezekiel 2:1.
Terrell Suggs posed as a reporter by the name of ‘Hacksaw Smithers’ to ask Cowboys rookie quarterback Dak Prescott what he thinks of Terrell Suggs.
The Ravens quarterback bought five jumbo Brookstone massage chairs because he was peer pressured by tight end Dennis Pitta. After using them once, they’re now being given away to a team security employee.
The Ravens' interior defensive line definitely isn't lacking in strength. Nose tackle Brandon Williams made safety Eric Weddle look like a child on the sideline during the Ravens' 28-7 win over the Browns. Rookie defensive tackle Michael Pierce bent the bar in college.
The players and fans chimed in on Election Day, and some of the top vote-getters are tight end Benjamin Watson, safety Eric Weddle and outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil. Who would you vote for?
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