The Baltimore Ravens season is over at 5-11, tied for second worst in the franchise's history. A tough one to be sure, but one that will allow the team to sort out it's problems better and come back stronger in 2016.
Because it's the end of the season, the Ravens will have general manager Ozzie Newsome, team president Dick Cass, owner Steve Bisciotti, and head coach John Harbaugh at the podium to discuss what went right and what went wrong in 2015. Media will be asking questions and I'll be doing my best of covering anything and everything.
The major keys of the press conference was that the team will be heading to Florida soon to sit down and talk about the roster and what they can do to get things back in line for 2016. It might mean renegotiating franchise quarterback Joe Flacco's contract to get under the salary cap, or waiving a few of the less cap friendly deals. Ticket prices will be sticking the same this upcoming year, and the Ravens know they need help in the pass rush department.