A tip of the old ball cap to coach Rex Ryan for the job and decisions he has made thus far for the New York Jets.
Posts Tagged ‘Ray Lewis’
Posted: Tuesday, August 25th, 2009 | Jason La Canfora Tags: Antwan Barnes, Baltimore Ravens, Bart Scott, George Kokinis, Gerris Wilkinson, Jameel McClain, Jarret Johnson, Lionel Dotson, Miami Dolphins, New York Giants, Paul Kruger, Ray Lewis, Terrell Suggs
Some lesser-known young players will be sought after as teams face the reality of having to make some tough cuts next month.
Posted: Monday, August 24th, 2009 | Jason La Canfora Tags: Albert Haynesworth, Baltimore Ravens, Cam Cameron, Ed Reed, Haloti Ngata, Jared Gaither, Kellen Clemens, Leon Washington, Mark Sanchez, New York Jets, Ray Lewis, Ray Rice, Rex Ryan
Mark Sanchez looked every bit like a rookie against one of the better defenses in the NFL.
Jamie Dukes breaks down the top five tough guys in the league today.
Snoop Dogg was in da house at the Baltimore Ravens training camp Thursday, watching from the sideline before helping the team end practice with a chant he borrowed from linebacker Ray Lewis.
A few thoughts and observations from Baltimore’s training camp.
Just moments after NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announced that Michael Vick was conditionally reinstated to the league, I spoke with Titans TE Alge Crumpler, who played with the quarterback on the Falcons from 2001 to 2006 and was one of his closer friends on the team.
Posted: Thursday, July 23rd, 2009 | Jason La Canfora Tags: Al Davis, Bill Belichick, Bill Parcells, Cam Cameron, Drew Brees, Hue Jackson, JaMarcus Russell, Jerry Jones, John Beck, Josh Freeman, Mike Brown, Mike Singletary, Ozzie Newsome, Randy Moss, Ray Lewis, Reggie Bush, Sean Payton, Tom Brady, Troy Smith
Opinions on Michael Vick‘s future are varied, with some coaches and executives even suggesting the UFL as the best immediate option, though others are adamant that he’s worthy of a quarterback spot in the NFL if/when he is cleared to return by the league and rounds into shape.
With Derrick Mason’s retirement, the onus will be on Ravens personnel wizard Ozzie Newsome to replace the wily veteran wide receiver. But the Broncos could do themselves and the Ravens a favor by trading Brandon Marshall to Baltimore.
The Ravens finally held the long-awaited press conference for Ray Lewis on Thursday, giving the media a chance to get their questions answered about the seven-year, incentive-laden contract that was officially signed more than a week ago.
NFL.com has confirmed that linebacker Ray Lewis has re-signed with the Baltimore Ravens. A press conference to officially announce the signing has yet to be disclosed by the team.
Ravens reached agreement in principle on a three-year contract with Matt Birk and he will sign the deal on Thursday morning.
By the end of the week, and quite possibly in the next 24 hours, the Ravens and free-agent linebacker Ray Lewis are expected to finalize a deal as important to Baltimore as Kurt Warner‘s deal is to Arizona, league sources said Wednesday.
More moves are coming for the Baltimore Ravens from the defensive side of the football.
When Ray Lewis‘ future in Baltimore was questioned, his former teammate Rod Woodson reached out to him and cleared up some misconceptions.