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Bobby sits down virtually with Ravens kicker Justin Tucker as he prepares for Week 2 of his ninth year in the NFL. Then, Baltimoreravens.com columnist John Eisenberg drops by to talk about the second season of his podcast, "What Happened to that Guy?" Finally, voice of the Texans Marc Vandermeer and Houston radio host Jake Asman provide their thoug…
 
Week 1 of the NFL season is in the books and the Baltimore Ravens are 1-0. Bobby welcomes Jeff Zrebiec, Senior staff writer for The Athletic, to run through Sunday's 38-6 rout of the Cleveland Browns. Then, Beyond the Front Lines rolls on with this week's featured guest, Sarah Smith.By Bobby Trosset
 
He only played 15 games in Baltimore for what was once expected to be a four-year, successful signing of one of the best free safeties in the NFL. Earl Thomas' time as a Raven is over, and Bobby welcomes ESPN's Jamison Hensley to break down what went wrong and where the Ravens are now.By Bobby Trosset
 
Ravens social media coordinator Cassie Calvert joins Bobby on Baltimore Sports & Beyond to detail what the team's plans are for digital and online content ahead of a season unlike any other, especially given the strict protocols in place when it comes to player access. Following Cassie's interview, stay tuned in for another edition of Beyond the Fr…
 
Bobby welcomes in the publisher of Inside Maryland Sports, Jeff Ermann, to discuss a week in college sports that won't be soon forgotten. Specifically, what does the Big Ten's decision to postpone fall sports mean for Maryland football and Mike Locksley's recruiting efforts moving forward? How realistic is a spring season? Then, Beyond the Front Li…
 
Bobby welcomes in The Baltimore Sun's Jonas Shaffer to talk all things Ravens ahead of their 2020 campaign. How do we evaluate the team's off-season? Is Baltimore considering signing Antonio Brown? What are fair expectations for Lamar Jackson in year three? Following Jonas, stay tuned for another edition of Beyond the Front Lines, where Bobby intro…
 
Bobby welcomes Barstool Sports Orioles blogger Eric Arditti to discuss the passing of 14-year-old Baltimore sports superfan Mo Gaba. Mo's impact knew no bounds and spanned far beyond the city of Baltimore. His contagious laugh, zest for life and courageous spirit will live on forever. Rest easy, Mo.By Bobby Trosset
 
Bobby welcomes in Washington Post NFL beat writer Sam Fortier and The Team 980's Kevin Sheehan for a wide-ranging conversation on The Post's report featuring 15 women, who previously worked for the Washington Redskins organization, alleging sexual harassment and verbal abuse in the workplace. Stick around for another edition of Beyond the Front Lin…
 
Fresh off his July vacation, Bobby returns with a two-part episode that begins by featuring a conversation with United States Naval Academy Deputy Director of Athletics Eric Ruden. Eric sheds light on the Patriot League's decision to cancel fall intercollegiate athletics, and what it means for the Naval Academy. Don't miss what he had to say regard…
 
We are entering the Baltimore Ravens 25th season and to honor the anniversary we look at the team’s top offensive players and Keith Mills will join us to talk about the team’s all-time top plays. Plus, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes just signed a 10-year contract extension worth up to $503 million. What does this mean for Ravens QB …
 
With one month to go before the projected start of NFL training camps, ESPN's Jamison Hensley restarts the Ravens Insider to give us a look at what the Baltimore Ravens plan to do to start the season under the COVID-19 pandemic. You will hear from Ravens head coach John Harbaugh about the team's plans for training camp and you will hear Jamison's p…
 
Bobby welcomes Towson University Director of Athletics Tim Leonard to the podcast for a wide-ranging interview on how his department is preparing for a fall sports season and the conversations he, his student-athletes and coaches are having regarding recent events in the United States. From there, another edition of Beyond the Front Lines, a specia…
 
In this two-part episode, Bobby begins by welcoming Baltimore Orioles second-round pick Hudson Haskin in for a wide-ranging conversation after hearing his name called in the 2020 MLB Draft. Plus, stay tuned to hear from Beth Kilmoyer, who is the Magnet Program Director at Mercy Medical Center and this week's Beyond the Front Lines featured guest we…
 
Beyond the Front Lines introduces Johns Hopkins Community Physicians - East Baltimore Medical Center cardiac surgery nurse Mitch Cooper. Bobby links up virtually with Mitch to tell his story from a unique vantage point on the front lines of COVID-19. Bobby also details the prestigious award Ravens tight end coach Bobby Engram has been nominated for…
 
As Bobby continues his Beyond the Front Lines series highlighting local healthcare professionals who have been battling our ongoing fight against COVID-19, he virtually welcomes Kathleen Longhenry as this episode's featured guest. Kathleen is a registered nurse on the progressive care unit at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center in Baltimore. She's…
 
Beyond the Front Lines introduces Greater Baltimore Medical Center (GBMC) Emergency Room registered nurse Missy Hinton. Missy and her team have been battling COVID-19 for months, which has been one of the most challenging things she's had to endure in her career. To help support this series and our local healthcare professionals, visit buildingforg…
 
As part of Bobby's special podcast series he's calling Beyond the Front Lines, his debut guest in this episode is University of Maryland Medical Center clinical nurse Ryan Hursey. Ryan, who is a die-hard Ravens fan, opens up about his day-to-day life in the middle of a global pandemic and sheds light on the current status of Corona-virus. Many than…
 
When Bobby launched his podcast, Baltimore Sports & Beyond, one of his objectives was to consistently dive into stories that matter, and go deeper than headlines. When the sports world came to a screeching halt in March, along with so many other routine areas of life, it was jarring. Sports and competition were pushed aside to make room for our cou…
 
This week's featured guest is former Major League Baseball Shortstop turned broadcaster Mike Bordick. Mike shares his perspective on the proposal that was recently presented to players league-wide on a shortened season and some of the challenges it's presenting the game with. The guys also dive into his playing days teaming up with Cal Ripken Jr. i…
 
Bobby welcomes ESPN’s Jamison Hensley in to dissect the Ravens’ 2020 regular season schedule in all aspects, and recap what had Earl Thomas making TMZ headlines recently. This episode is dedicated to our good friend Peter Schmuck, who after a 30-plus-year run at The Baltimore Sun, says it’s time to say goodbye.…
 
Sportswriter, columnist, television host, commentator, pod-caster. ESPN's Tony Kornheiser has done a little bit of everything throughout his career in sports media. Bobby welcomes in the D.C. Sports Hall of Famer and Pardon the Interruption co-host to talk about a number of items, including adapting to life on the fly mid-pandemic, the Michael Jord…
 
In this week's episode, Bobby welcomes in ESPN's Ravens reporter and WBAL Radio contributor Jamison Hensley. The guys talk draft grades for the Ravens and what led to some of the front office decision-making in this year's 2020 virtual draft. Also, how to make sense of the D.J. Fluker signing and what it might means for the competition at right gua…
 
It's NFL Draft week and former Super Bowl-winning Ravens head coach Brian Billick is Bobby's featured guest to run through who Baltimore might go after with the 28th overall selection in Thursday's opening round. Coach Billick also gets into what he's expecting from a technological standpoint, being that the league is hosting its first-ever virtual…
 
Ravens Executive VP of Public and Community Relations Kevin Byrne is calling it a career after a 38-year run in the National Football League. At 70, Byrne is the longest-tenured public relations chief and has had a hand in virtually every aspect of the Ravens since Art Modell brought the franchise to Baltimore in 1996. This wide-ranging conversatio…
 
After the most promising year in recent memory for the University of Maryland Men's basketball team, their season came to a screeching halt at the hands of the Coronavirus. In this episode, Bobby is joined by assistant coach DeAndre Haynes for a wide-ranging conversation which details how the team is dealing with its season's end, Jalen Smith's dra…
 
Ravens director of social media Garrett Downing and editorial director Ryan Mink drop by the podcast to share their thoughts on Monday's pre-draft zoom conference call with Eric DeCosta, John Harbaugh and director of player personnel Joe Hortiz. Bobby also asks the guys about certain limitations and challenges the Coronavirus is placing on this yea…
 
Countless athletes around the sports world have responded admirably to help those in need as we navigate our way through the Coronavirus pandemic, and Ravens wide receiver Willie Snead is one of them. Bobby wanted to have Willie on as his featured guest for a number of reasons, both in and outside of football, but mostly because of his generous don…
 
In the midst of Coronavirus chaos, the Ravens' front office have remained focused. ESPN's Jamison Hensley and the Baltimore Sun's Jonas Shaffer drop by to share their viewpoints on the Calais Campbell trade and it what it means for the defense moving forward. Plus, Bobby shares an Orioles update on the health of Trey Mancini a few days removed from…
 
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