Turron is a member of the Pro Football Writers Association and is currently a Beat Writer covering the Baltimore Ravens for the Baltimore Times. He is also an NFL Draft analyst for Football Game Plan. His past experience includes credentialed coverage of the San Francisco 49ers, Super Bowl, NFL Scouting Combine, NFL Draft, NFLPA Rookie Premiere and various NFL Play60 camps. He has been featured on NBC sports radio, Fox Sports radio, ESPN radio and SiriusXMNFL. Turron has a vast collection of interview experience including interviews with A Listers such as Deion Sanders, Derrick Brooks and more.
Baltimore Ravens third-year running back Buck Allen has experienced a roller coaster during his first two years in the NFL. He entered the league as a third round draft pick with high hopes.
Veteran players reported to training camp for the Baltimore Ravens on Wednesday, July 26, 2017 and took to the field for the first time on Thursday. Camp can be a grueling and tedious process for veteran players.
The Baltimore Ravens have been trying to find a way to repeat the success they enjoyed running the ball in 2014 with Gary Kubiak as their offensive coordinator.
The Baltimore Ravens were looking to get younger at safety during the offseason. Eric Weddle, the big free agent signing in 2016 proved to be a solid acquisition with his team-leading four interceptions.
The Baltimore Ravens will have an interesting road to travel when it comes to the tight end position. The team will be without Dennis Pitta, last year's team leader in receptions.
The Baltimore Ravens needed to add a jolt to their offense after losing Steve Smith Sr. last season. Other than Mike Wallace, the team lacked a playmaker on offense.
Former Baltimore Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta led the team with 86 receptions. Pitta's outstanding season came after he overcame two hip dislocations that caused him to miss the last two seasons.
The loss of Steve Smith Sr. to retirement and Kamar Aiken via free agency left the Baltimore Ravens with a void at wide receiver. Throw in the departure of Kyle Juszczyk along with an injury to Dennis Pitta, and now four of Joe Flacco's top targets will not be there this season.
Brandon Williams signed a five-year, $52.5 million contract with the Baltimore Ravens, which includes a $12.5 million signing bonus, $33.8 million guaranteed, and an average annual salary of $10.5 million.
The Baltimore Ravens have forged their identity as an old school physical team.