Patience is a virtue. That is a saying that Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta has been preaching to the Baltimore faithful since the start of free agency and that patience has paid off handsomely. Former Kansas City and Indianapolis pass rusher Justin Houston has found his way to Baltimore for a shot at a championship.
Ed Reed has long been the standard bearer at safety in Baltimore. The Hall of Fame playmaker was arguably the most feared player for the Ravens during his prime and he set the standard for what a coverage safety should be. The safety spot next to Reed, however, has been a carousal of players, some
We continue with our weekly Spotlight Series with a popular yet somehow forgotten receiver in Ravens history, Qadry “The Missile” Ismail. Though Ismail was only a Raven for three seasons, he was a player that made a tremendous impact on a team desperate for any sort of spark on offense. While the Ravens in the
The inaugural piece of the Spotlight Series shines on a player that is one of the most underrated Ravens of all time: Adalius Thomas. Thomas would go on to redefine what it meant to be a Raven as he would become one of the most versatile defenders in the history of Baltimore. Coming up from
While the Ravens are lauded for their ability to find talent throughout the draft, the team’s track record for finding gems after the draft has been equally as impressive. Throughout its history, the Ravens have found a plethora of starters and difference makers in the large pool of undrafted rookies immediately following the NFL Draft.
The 2021 NFL Draft is almost two weeks behind us and that has given the NFL world plenty to discuss. Numerous draft pundits have torn apart every aspect of every draft class, dissecting the most minute of details in order to discern which teams had a great haul and which teams didn’t. The Baltimore Ravens,