Running back Terrance West is Wired for the Ravens' 19-12 win over the Cincinnati Bengals. Ravens long snapper Morgan Cox joins host Keith Mills to discuss the bizarre final play in the game.
The Ravens outside linebacker said his foot feels much better than the first time he tried to return from the injury. However, he said it was simply a 'good start' and understands there are five games still to play.
The Ravens head coach hopes to put the polishing touch on rehabs for returning injured players and correct mistakes and inefficiencies.
The smartest guy on the team (maybe The Lounge) stops by to discuss why he risks his brain playing football, what kind of math stuff he's working on (in layman's terms) and why he's incredibly frugal. And he and Mink geek out on board games a little.
Despite missing practice with a hurt shoulder during the week, Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco finds wide receiver Mike Wallace for a 53-yard gain.
No matter who ends up winning baseball’s World Series, the matchup between the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians offers a vivid message that resonates in all sports: It’s hard to win a championship. The Cubs last did it in 1908. The Indians last did it in 1948. That’s a combined 176 years of ...
Clarence Brooks , the Baltimore Ravens’ longest-tenured assistant coach, passed away Saturday morning at a hospital in Weston, Fla., following a battle with esophageal and stomach cancer. He was 65. The beloved Brooks – referred to by most as “C.B.” – originally joined the organization in 2005 ...
After being released then re-signed, the veteran running back shares his story of what happened during the wild weekend, plus shares how he’s adapted in the NFL.
Baltimore Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson discusses the riots in Charlotte and why he believes athletes should use their platform to speak out about political and social issues.