This is not how the Baltimore Ravens wanted to enter the new season. Baltimore Ravens will have to prepare for life without QB Joe Flacco, at least for the next few weeks as chronic back issues will have him sitting for a bit. #Ravens QB Joe Flacco is preparing to miss 3-6 wks with a […]
Flacco could have a troublesome disc injury.
Joe Flacco could be out for the Ravens' training camp.
The NFL rumors are finally looking up for Colin Kaepernick and Robert Griffin III, with reports that one of them could be headed to the Baltimore Ravens after Joe Flacco just went down with an injury that might keep him out of the early...Show More Summary
The Ravens quarterback won't be on the field when the team begins training camp
The Ravens’ quarterback will miss time just before training camp starts. Joe Flacco is expected to miss time with a disc issue in his back as the Ravens open up training camp on Thursday. The severity of the injury is not clear. NFLShow More Summary
The Baltimore Ravens are already getting hit big with the injury bug, as NFL.com reports the team will not have their signal caller as camp kicks off. Quarterback Joe Flacco... The post Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco to Miss 3-6 Weeks with Disc Issue in Back appeared first on NFL Gridiron Gab.
The injury bug already is biting the Baltimore Ravens right in the butt. With running back Kenneth Dixon already gone for the year due to a knee injury, NFL Media reports that quarterback Joe Flacco is preparing to missed 3-6 weeks due to a disc issue in his back. At a minimum, he’ll miss a…
The Baltimore Ravens lost a majority of their pass-catching options from the 2016 season. They replaced them with Jeremy Maclin and Danny Woodhead, but who else sees a bump?
Free agent receiver Jeremy Maclin agreed to a deal with the Ravens. (AP) From the moment Jeremy Maclin was surprisingly cut by the Kansas City Chiefs, it seemed like the Baltimore Ravens would be the natural landing spot. Maclin couldn’t pass up a good opportunity. Show More Summary
Cowboys lineman David Irving sacks Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco last season. (AP) The Dallas Cowboys defense probably didn’t need to take on any more hits, but defensive lineman David Irving is now facing a four-game suspension. Mike Fisher of 105.3 The Fan was the first to report that Irving failed a test for banned supplements. Show More Summary
The on-field rivalry between the New England Patriots and Baltimore Ravens has cooled over the last couple of seasons, but some New England fans aren’t yet ready to let go of their dislike of Baltimore. Tree House Brewing Company, based in western Massachusetts, recently sent some cans of beer to the Ravens’ Maryland facility. Show More Summary
At this point last year, Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco was just a few months removed from a torn ACL and looking at an offseason that would be spent rehabbing the injury in order to be ready for the start of the regular season. Flacco was able to make it back on the field in time…
A year ago, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco was gingerly working his way back from knee surgery
At a press conference earlier this month, Ravens General Manager Ozzie Newsome said that the team would “turn that card in in a hurry” if they felt they could get a wide receiver who can help Joe Flacco in the first round of the draft. One of the receivers who could be available to the…
One Super Bowl win is just not enough for John Harbaugh. Back in 2012, the Baltimore Ravens took home the Super Bowl trophy behind the efforts of QB Joe Flacco who had an outstanding playoff run as he finished the postseason having completed 73-of-126 (57.9 percent) passes for 1,140 yards with 11 touchdowns and zero interceptions. […]
Jim Irsay and John Harbaugh may not have much in common. Here’s one thing they do: Both except to win more than one Super Bowl with their current starting quarterbacks. “When [Joe Flacco] first walked into the building after we drafted him in 2008, [it was like], ‘Hey, dude, we’re going to win multiple Super…
I don’t know what methods REALLY went into this “study” that ranks the most attractive NFL players, but I’m inclined to believe it. If only because I don’t think it’s possible to really quantify “attractiveness.” This enigmatic ranking claims “…we showed headshots of NFL players to a group of impartial assessors who ranked each player […]