No doubt, there are a lot of people in the NFL offices and at ESPN who are wondering what the schedule makers were thinking when they decided to put the Ravens and Cleveland Browns together on Monday Night Football in late November.
Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis is growing accustomed, though, to Jeremy Hill's end zone antics. That includes an unsuccessful attempt to jump into the stands during last Sunday's rout in Cleveland, where he was pushed aside by a Browns fan.
Should Cleveland Browns rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel be taunted by the Cincinnati Bengals defense during his first NFL start Sunday, the former Heisman Trophy winner says he's now better equipped to maintain his composure.
Should the Browns commit to Brian Hoyer as their long-term starter with a lucrative contract? Should they explore trade scenarios for rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel if they don't foresee him as the face of their franchise?
Although Cleveland Browns rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel's action has been limited to a cameo appearance with one pass, the Ravens will include the flamboyant former Heisman Trophy winner in their preparations.
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.
Flacco hasn't played in a preseason finale since his rookie year in 2008 and it's hard to imagine that would change this year, not with the Ravens opening the regular season with three divisional games in a 15-day span.
Former Ravens safety Bernard Pollard, who now plays in Tennessee, had some thoughts on Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel flipping the middle finger to the Washington sideline last night on ESPN, according to Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean.
An ESPN producer pledged to Sports Illustrated earlier this week that former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis¿ contribution to the network¿s NFL Draft coverage Thursday will be similar to his playing career: Lewis will be, if nothing else, incredibly well prepared.
During the high-profile College Station workout today for Johnny Football, also known as Texas A&M star quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel, the Ravens were among the NFL teams in attendance.