Technically, long-time Ravens backup quarterback Tyrod Taylor will play in a Pro Bowl before his former teammate Joe Flacco. But remember, Flacco was asked to go to last year's Pro Bowl and turned down the invitation.
Matt Schaub's training camp interceptions have been well-documented. His errant throws have spurred some groans from the fans at the Under Armour Performance Center. One prominent Raven even felt compelled to remind Schaub what color jerseys his receivers were wearing after a series of incompletions.
Ravens backup quarterback Matt Shaub has been eager to share his insight with starter Joe Flacco as the two learn under Marc Trestman, the offensive coordinator who replaced Gary Kubiak and is keeping the same basic principles in the playbook.
While we learned a little last week about Joe Flacco's adjustment to Marc Trestman's version of the West Coast offense, Timmy Jernigan's ascension to the starting defensive line and just how much longer 36-year-old wide receiver Steve Smith might play in the NFL, all of that has been sufficiently discussed and dissected.
From now until April 30, the first round of the 2014 NFL draft, The Baltimore Sun will examine the Ravens¿ depth at each position, the potential of them adding to that spot early in the draft and some of the players who they could target.
Day two of free agency brought more reminders of the Ravens' key offseason losses. The team continued to weigh their free-agent options, exercising patience as they try to fill roster holes without an abundance of salary cap space.
From first-round pick C.J. Mosley at inside linebacker to mid-round picks Terrence Brooks (safety) and John Urschel (guard) to undrafted tackle James Hurst, the Ravens' 2014 rookie class has proven to be one of the franchise's most successful in recent history.