Tonight the B-Straw & Pauly G Show Road Trip traveled to Baltimore to talk to Jeremy Conn, 105.7 The Fan. Conn said that everyone is “intrigued” with Gary Kubiak so far and that the offense is looking good so far there. He thinks the Ravens have made a lot of improvements to the offensive that should help revamp the line. He says that Cincinnati is a team to look out for and that it would surprise him if the Browns do that much. He says the Ravens fans either love or hate Joe Flacco, there is no middle ground on him. Conn also touched on that a lot of people are optimistic about Kevin Durant possibly coming to the area but he isn’t buying it.
Tonight the B-Straw & Pauly G Show Road Trip traveled to Cleveland and Oakland. First they spoke to Daryl Ruiter, 92.3 The Fan in Cleveland, about Johnny Manziel and the Browns. Ruiter thinks TMZ and other media are making too much of Manziel’s behavior. He says Mike Pettine has said he is happy with Manziel on the field and doesn’t want to micro manage his players off the field. Then they flew over to Oakland to speak to Michael Wagman, Silver & Black Illustrated, about their starting QB competition. He discussed the situation with Matt Schaub competing with Derek Carr for starting position. He said all the possible starting QBs with the teams are not looking too great so far but that is just in practice so far.
On Thursday Phillips approached the podium well aware that Reed would be a topic.
Earlier Wednesday, the former Texans safety spoke out about his former team
Baltimore Ravens beat writer Arron Wilson joins J&R to talk about the release of saftey Ed Reed. Wilson talks about what interest the Ravens had when Ed Reed was a free agent last year, and […]
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