Sunday, October 25, 2020

Intelligent Conversation

Quinn Sypniewski injured at practice…

Must Read

Twelve Ravens thoughts during Week 7 bye

Another reason the Yannick Ngakoue trade made sense was the rapidly diminishing depth in the secondary.

Ravens to host just over 4,000 fans for Pittsburgh game

The upper deck will remain closed until further notice.

Quarterbacks coach Urban doesn’t see any issues with Jackson’s mechanics

"We have a very high standard, and we work very hard to chase that standard. It’s a constant work in progress."

The players have all spoken out about the major differences between Camp Harbaugh and Camp Billick.

Almost every returning player has cited the “intensity” increase.

Today, the hard practices claimed a victim.

Third-year tight end Quinn Sypniewski collided with Antwan Barnes across the middle on a passing play and got tangled up.

Both players went down. Barnes got up. Sypniewski left the field on a cart with what could be a severe knee injury.

The players are doing “two-a-day” practices in new coach John Harbaugh’s system and are working in “shell” equipment.

Light contact is expected, but certainly this is not what Harbaugh was looking for during his first 48 hours on the field.

We’ll keep you updated as we get more information on Sypniewski.

 

 

 

 

Latest News

Twelve Ravens thoughts during Week 7 bye

Another reason the Yannick Ngakoue trade made sense was the rapidly diminishing depth in the secondary.

Ravens to host just over 4,000 fans for Pittsburgh game

The upper deck will remain closed until further notice.

Quarterbacks coach Urban doesn’t see any issues with Jackson’s mechanics

"We have a very high standard, and we work very hard to chase that standard. It’s a constant work in progress."

Ravens work out Bryant, activate B. Williams from reserve-COVID-19 list

The former Dallas Cowboy is likely to join Baltimore's practice squad, according to an NFL Network report.

Camden Yards to serve as voting center for 2020 general election

"We look forward to continuing this tradition now and long into the future."

More Articles Like This