Nov 9, 2014; Baltimore, MD, USA; Tennessee Titans running back Jackie Battle (44) carries the ball as Baltimore Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb (21) tackles at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports
Welcome to the Daily Caw, where we round up all the latest Ravens news from around the web for your convenient consumption. Today we wonder if Lardarius Webb is still fighting through an injury, how Haloti Ngata’s strong season is creating a dilemma for the Ravens, why this rookie class is one of the best of all time, and take a look at Joe Flacco’s mechanical flaws.
It’s pretty much common knowledge that Lardarius Webb has been a shell of his former self this season after battling back spasms for much of the offseason. Could his poor play be a result of this lingering injury?
Haloti Ngata has been enjoying his best season in years following a couple of bad ones. Though some predicted that Ngata and his $16 million dollar cap hit in 2015 would be gone after this year, his resurgence is going to put Ozzie Newsome in a tough spot this offseason.
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The Ravens have signed another tight end to their practice squad after losing Phillip Supernaw. This time it’s Konrad Reuland, a third year player who was most recently with the Colts.
It looks like the 2014 class might go down as one of the best ever, even though it’s still pretty early to be making those sorts of predictions. Aside from C.J. Mosley, Timmy Jernigan looks like a future star, and almost everyone is making some sort of contribution in year one.
After the team seemed to be regressing with certain players slumping, it’s easy to agree that this week’s bye comes at the perfect time for the Ravens.
Joe Flacco has struggled while under pressure this season, and he is also exhibiting some mechanical flaws that must be addressed.