The league did announce the adoption of several rule changes, including permanently moving the line of scrimmage for extra-point tries to the 15-yard line, banning all chop blocks and expanding the horse-collar rule.
Running back Trent Richardson worked out for the Ravens this month and while he wasn¿t signed immediately, he was told that the team was interested in adding him when he got in better shape. That apparently has happened.
With a team many believed to be among the best in the NFL struggling at two key positions, the Ravens have turned to the rare in-season trade to bolster their roster. Trades for cornerback Will Davis and wide receiver Chris Givens since the season began represent the latest way the Ravens are trying to fill out their roster by solid scouting. They join a growing number of NFL teams who this year are looking to other teams' rosters for players they think can contribute — and who are
Andrew Luck has engineered the Colts to the top of the league in total yards (1,776), passing yards (1,304), and first downs (107) through the first quarter of the season, with the third-year quarterback earning the plaudits for the team's performance.
It took a while for Reservoir's Avian White to find his spot on the football field. Entering high school at 6 feet and more than 200 pounds, coaches saw an athletic but inexperienced athlete and thought to develop him as a lineman.
When the regular season started eight weeks ago, plenty of pundits labeled the AFC North one of the top divisions in the NFL. However, as the season reaches its midpoint this weekend, three of the four teams in the division find themselves headed in the wrong direction.
When Dean Pees and the Ravens defense watched tape of their Week 2 win over the Cleveland Browns, they saw Brandon Weeden at quarterback and Trent Richardson carrying the load at running back. Wide receiver Josh Gordon was nowhere to be found as he was serving his four-game league suspension.