The former Steeler opens up about handling the highs and lows of his career and fitting in with his new Ravens teammates. Plus, he shares why he had to squash beef with Lardarius Webb and his humorous take on Steve Smith Sr. and Joe Flacco.
The Ravens are 3-0, but they've faced opponents who are a combined 1-8. So just how legit is Baltimore? A look at what's going right and what's still wrong. Plus, Ratboy becomes the first non-player guest to join the podcast, and he's actually not that bad.
The Colton High School (Calif.) teammates and friends share high school stories, reveal who was prom king and tell us the dumbest teenage thing they did. They talk about what makes playing cornerback in the NFL so difficult and who their toughest assignment has ever been.
After two 'ugly' wins, Ryan and Garrett talk about what's going right and wrong so far. They debate whether they like facing a team coming off a blowout and give their take on when it's appropriate to start drinking pumpkin beer.
Football coaching is a transient profession, but Clarence Brooks stayed with Baltimore for 11 years and became part of the franchise's architecture with his one-and-only persona.
After making his triumphant return from a two-year absence, the Ravens tight end talks about the emotions involved and, more importantly, the comeback of his great hair. Pitta discusses the Funky Chicken Dance and reveals what really happened in his fight with Kamalei Correa.
After a 13-7 win over the Bills, Ryan and Garrett talk about what answers they got and whether the Ravens defense is for real. Plus Garrett shares how he's an Ohio boy who grew up watching the Browns (boooo).
Ryan and Garrett give their picks for Ravens Offensive and Defensive MVP and Surprise Player of the Year, plus discuss the regular-season opener against the Buffalo Bills.
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.
The 16-year veteran shares where his intensity comes from, explains how he's actually 'clinically introverted' and names the cornerback he enjoyed torching the most. Oh, and he trash talks Ryan and Garrett about being 'jackass' reporters.