Sadnews: fans react as Ravens Coach updates the $99 million All-Pro..

Sadnews: fans react as Ravens Coach updates the $99 million All-Pro..


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The Baltimore Ravens have begun their mandatory minicamps, and when the veterans return, supporters can see their team’s potential for the first time. All eyes are on the health of veteran tackle Ronnie Stanley, who is the most seasoned player on an inexperienced offensive line, and his potential effectiveness.

John Harbaugh, his head coach, is aware of the left tackle’s critical role in the team’s success this coming season. On Tuesday, June 11, he discussed a range of subjects with the media, including the OT’s health.

“I think Ronnie’s doing a good job, I really do,” Harbaugh said to reporters. He seems to be in good form and is prepared for anything. That’s thrilling!

Although Stanley has experienced injury struggles for a large portion of his career, it is now more crucial than ever for him to stay healthy given the turbulence that took place this offseason.

After practice on Tuesday, June 11, Stanley personally addressed the media and provided an update on his health. “I feel great, I feel great,” he exclaimed.

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Although hearing that is fantastic for Ravens coaches and supporters, the veteran lineman still has a long season ahead of him as June is still young.

Ronnie Stanley Is Capable of All-Pro Performance
Stanley was once considered one of the league’s best tackles. From the moment of his draft selection, the former first-round selection in 2016 was a vital component of the team.

In 2019, Stanley was nominated for a Pro Bowl and named to the All-Pro First Team, having played in at least 12 games in each of his first four seasons.

The large left tackle was expected to rise to the top of the position rankings and become an important member of the team for many years to come. In October 2020, the Ravens signed him to a five-year, $98.75 million agreement, keeping him in Baltimore for the foreseeable future as compensation for his outstanding play.

Regretfully, this was the beginning of the end for the former first-round selection, as he suffered an injury in a game against the Pittsburgh Steelers just two days later. His season ended early as a result of being placed on injured reserve.

Stanley’s season was cut short again after re-injuring himself after playing in just the opener. Things did not get much better for Stanley the next year.

The tackle’s health improved in 2022 and 2023 as he participated in 11 and 13 games, respectively, but he still had ailments in both seasons. To maintain Stanley’s fitness during the 2023 campaign, he was rotated alongside fellow tackles Patrick Mekari and Morgan Moses.

It might just come down to Stanley staying healthy if the Ravens are going to succeed this season.

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The illusive Super Bowl is the only target the Ravens have set for themselves in the 2024 campaign.

Following a dismal 2023 season that saw them lose to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC title game, the Ravens focused on enhancing their running game by acquiring Derrick Henry.


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