The Baltimore Sun's Matt Vensel writes about the Ravens' strong safety, who was often overlooked during his path to a successful NFL career.
From Marlon Brown's emergence to Ed Dickson's struggles, the Baltimore Sun lists five of the most surprising things about the Ravens' season thus far.
The Ravens' senior vice president of public and community relations Kevin Byrne writes that general manager Ozzie Newsome believes trading for Eugene Monroe gives the Ravens a chance to win the division.
In his third NFL season, cornerback Jimmy Smith is beginning to come into his own on defense, writes the Carroll County Times' Matt Zenitz.
With only two full practices before Sunday's game against Miami, left tackle Eugene Monroe is trying to learn as much as possible about Baltimore's offense, writes WNST's Luke Jones.
Whenever Jones gets back on the field, Brown's snaps could take a hit, despite the success he's had during his rookie season, writes Russell Street Report's Kris Jones.
After throwing five interceptions against Buffalo, Joe Flacco will look to recover with a much better outing against Miami, writes CSNBaltimore.com's Clifton Brown.