John Harbaugh doesn't have plans to make coaching changes, but left the door open.
After 91 career sacks, Trevor Pryce dove into his creative side and wrote and produced 'Kulipari', a kids series about battle frogs that was picked up by Netflix. Pryce has now founded an animation studio in Baltimore.
With no more superlatives left for Lamar Jackson, Mink and Downing start thinking long-term (10:55). Plus a look at the 49ers challenge (19:33), and does Mink botch yet another draft (21:52)?
Center Matt Skura talks about his Lamar Jackson 'Thriller' T-shirt (4:41), working his way up the league (14:07), his Steelers fandom growing up (20:37) and more.
The former cornerback spent three seasons in Baltimore (2009-2011) and is now an immigration lawyer arguing life and death cases in the courtroom.
Rookie first-round wide receiver Marquise Brown talks about his blingy chains (5:00), dealing with injuries (7:18), his nickname and humble background (11:00), relationship with Lamar Jackson (21:15) and more.
Safety Earl Thomas III talks about high-fiving and picking off Tom Brady (6:28), revisits the Seattle win (9:18), dishes on his relationship with Ed Reed (14:34) and more.
The former center was a key member of the Ravens team that won Super Bowl XLVII. Now Birk is spending time with his big family, and trying his hand at stand-up comedy.
The new starting safety talks about his on-field communication (6:30), his film study (10:29), facing the Patriots (12:41), being a new father (16:30), his icy hot routine (19:09) and more.
Mink and Garrett break down the Seattle win, answer a bunch of questions (3:35) and hand out the hardware for MVP (15:56), biggest surprise (16:40) and more.
A brutal knee injury ended cornerback Gary Baxter's NFL career, but also set him on a course to start a business helping other athletes recover from injuries.
Anquan Boldin retired as a Raven, then joined us to talk about why he made that decision (2:40), reminisces on the Super Bowl run (4:44), why his physicality fit the Ravens (7:35) and more.
Inside linebacker Josh Bynes talks about his incredible debut in Pittsburgh (5:19), the long wait to return to the NFL (8:06), revisits his Super Bowl glory (15:54) and much more.
John Eisenberg talks to former Ravens quarterback Kyle Boller, who was relieved to leave the NFL and doing well after carrying the weight of high expectations on his shoulders.
Defensive tackle/fullback Patrick Ricard talks about life as the NFL's only two-way player (5:20), his underdog path to the NFL (13:50), the difference of playing the Steelers (17:45) and more.
Linebacker 'Peanut' Onwuasor talks about the origin of his nickname (3:00), formation of 'The Council' (4:44), replacing C.J. Mosley (11:09), his tough road to the NFL (21:16) and more.
John Eisenberg talks to former Ravens pass rusher Peter Boulware, who has had so much post-career success that he doesn't even identify as a former NFL player.
Mink and Downing break down what it's going to take to win in Kansas City (4:40), what to make of the hot start (11:25) and share their thoughts on Jalen Ramsey (20:49). Plus, John Eisenberg talks about his new podcast.
Terrell Suggs doesn't know what to expect when he comes back to M&T Bank Stadium this Sunday.
In the debut episode, John Eisenberg talks to legendary Super Bowl XXXV returner Jermaine Lewis, who fell out of love with football, and in love with alcohol, before finding the sport again.
Mink and Downing go through the full list, predicting final stat lines (3:12), defensive/offensive MVPs (20:28), breakout players (24:12) and more.
Lamar Jackson talks about his hate of losing (8:55), being heavily scrutinized (12:55), his faith in himself (19:12) and much more.
Mink and Garrett go through the roster to make their final selections. Plus they answer multiple questions from listeners looking for free T-shirts.
Garrett and Clifton Brown give the inside scoop from Philadelphia's joint practices and talk about where the team stands at this point of the preseason and training camp.
Inside linebacker Chris Board talks about his small-school roots (2:44), carrying on the undrafted LB torch (6:13) and his push to be a starter this year (11:52).
New veteran running back Mark Ingram talks about being compared to Mufasa (1:30), his departure from the Saints (4:26), his expectations for himself and the offense this year (10:42) and more.