This is the June 20, 2013 news archive. View today's Ravens rumors and news.
Nine Ravens from last season voted onto list so farRavens quarterback Joe Flacco was named to the NFL Network list of the top 100 players of 2013 tonight along with former Ravens free safety Ed Reed and Pro Bowl running back Ray Rice.
Share TweetWhen the Ravens made a trade with the Colts to acquire A.Q. Shipley, the word in Baltimore is that Shipley would serve as competition for Gino Gradkowski as the team tries to replace Matt Birk at center. Training camp is still ahead, but it doesn’t soun…
O.J. Brigance joins Steve Gleason on the high roadUpdated Jun 20 Share TweetLike Steve Gleason, Ravens senior adviser for player development O.J. Brigance is battling ALS. And like Gleason, Brigance is taking the high road when it comes to the stupid skit which got a trio of Atlanta sports talkers fired. “The skit was in very p…Source: profootballtalk.com
Juan Castillo's small-school roots shaped coaching styleUpdated Jun 20 Share TweetRavens run-game coordinator played and coached at Texas A&I, now Texas A&M Kingsville, prior to entering NFL coaching ranks The roots of Juan Castillo intersect back to the plains of Texas where he began playing and coaching football.
13 Ravens opponents in 13 days: the Denver BroncosUpdated Jun 20 Share TweetIn anticipation of the 2013 NFL season, Baltimore Sun blogger and reporter Matt Vensel will take a daily look at one of the 13 opponents on the Ravens’ regular-season schedule. Today is the Denver Broncos .
'Top 100 Players of 2013': Ed ReedJun 20Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark and Houston Texans safety Ed Reed weighs in on Reed's No. 18 ranking on NFL Network's "Top 100 Players of 2013" list.
Does the NFL still not respect Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco?Jun 20Houston Texans safety Ed Reed feels his former Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco is undervalued, but Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark disagrees with that assessment, which safety is right?
NFL - Fullback, tight end positions in transitionJun 20While the role of fullbacks has been marginalized, the importance of tight ends continues to increase, writes John Clayton.