The only time reporters typically want to speak with offensive linemen is when things are going bad, like last season when the Ravens had one of the worse running games in the NFL. Times have changed. The Ravens rank in the top 10 in the league in total offense this year.
In their blowout win Sunday, the Ravens had 475 yards of total offense, scored touchdowns on all five red-zone trips and didn't turn the ball over until the final three minutes of the game when backup quarterback Tyrod Taylor fumbled a snap.
A future in the NFL is very much in doubt for running back Ray Rice after the Ravens terminated his $35 million contract Monday hours after a video surfaced of him punching his then-fiancee in February at an Atlantic City, N.J., casino.
And that's why Gregg, a former prep heavyweight champion wrestler from Oklahoma who played the game with leverage, strength and quickness and was nicknamed "Buddy Lee" is a great example for new Ravens starting nose tackle Brandon Williams to study.
hen the Ravens face the Washington Redskins and their explosive wide receiver tandem of DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon Saturday night at M&T Bank Stadium, their lack of cornerback depth will come into focus.