Eagles coach Andy Reid announced that QB Michael Vick will be the team’s starting quarterback because apparently, coach Reid enjoys winning. Fantasy enthusiasts everywhere rejoice this wonderful news. Especially when you consider what Vick did last week and that the Eagles play the Jaguars this week.
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Six NFL head coaches decided to bench their starting quarterbacks in Week 2, some looking for any type of offensive spark. While he had several reasons to do so, Ravens coach John Harbaugh wasn’t one of them.
It was only a matter of time before someone on the Ravens responded to the latest round of bravado from the Jets. Enter Ray Lewis.
The Baltimore Ravens have a tough decision to make on whether or not Ed Reed will start the season on the reserve/PUP list, and they’ll likely take all the way up to Saturday’s roster cutdown deadline to do it.
Lardarius Webb is back on the field for the Ravens, leaving Ed Reed as the lone member of the secondary remaining on the physically-unable-to-perform list.
Oniel Cousins, already replacing starter Jared Gaither at right tackle for the Ravens, was carted off the practice field Wednesday.
Jamaal Charles continues to remain No. 2 on the Chiefs’ depth chart, and coach Todd Haley told the press on Tuesday that the running back’s role has yet to be determined.
There will be a couple of themes that I will be hitting on during the push to Kickoff Weekend. First, Chris Cooley will have a monster season for the Redskins. Second, John Harbaugh hates your fantasy team. But most importantly, do not hold your fantasy draft in August.
Posted: Thursday, August 5th, 2010 | Brian Baldinger Tags: 2010 Training Camps, Anquan Boldin, Baltimore Ravens, Ben Grubbs, Brian Baldinger, Chris Chester, Donte' Stallworth, Ed Dickson, Haloti Ngata, Jared Gaither, Joe Flacco, John Harbaugh, Marc Bulger, Michael Oher, Ozzie Newsome, Ray Lewis, Ray Rice, Terrell Suggs, Todd Heap, Warren Sapp
The Ravens look like an elite team. Offenisvely, this is the best Ravens team in recent memory.
Posted: Friday, July 30th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: 2010 Training Camps, Baltimore Ravens, Brian Baldinger, Cary Williams, Chris Carr, Dawan Landry, Domonique Foxworth, Ed Reed, Fabian Washington, Frank Tadych, John Harbaugh, Ken Hamlin, Lardarius Webb, Marshall Faulk, Pat Kirwan, Travis Fisher, Walt Harris
The season-ending torn ACL for cornerback Domonique Foxworth on the eve of camp was an injury the Ravens could ill-afford.
Ed Reed has made a few things clear this week, including that he’s looking for more support from the Ravens as he rehabs from offseason hip surgery. The talk doesn’t have Ravens coach John Harbaugh concerned.
Terrell Suggs was one of the more notable names on the list of players who didn’t take part in voluntary practices with their teams this offseason, and defended that decision during an interview Tuesday.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh, who elected not to rip Terrell Suggs over absences from the team’s voluntary practices this offseason, expects the three-time Pro Bowler to be “very motivated” in training camp.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh told reporters that he harbors no hard feelings for the whistle blower who exposed the team’s rules violations to the league.
John Harbaugh threw some love at Ray Rice and Le’Ron McClain, but did little to clear up his intentions for the Ravens’ backfield.