Will Rackley

#67G,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 318
Born:
College: Lehigh
Birth Place: Riverdale, Georgia
Draft: 2011 3rd round (12th pick) by the
  • Ravens holding Terrell Suggs out of OTAs
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    Ravens holding Terrell Suggs out of OTAs

    The Baltimore Ravens fully understand its May and they don’t need to see anything from Terrell Suggs on the field at this stage of the offseason. According to Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com, the Ravens are holding the 34-year old linebacker out of the early stages of OTAs. “He probably could practice but I’m holding him out,” head coach John Harbaugh said. “He’s in here training every single day and doing a great job on the conditioning part of it.” Suggs sustained a torn biceps last October. Despite the injury, he missed just one game before returning the field and playing the rest of the season for the Ravens. He finished the year with 35 tackles and a team-high eight sacks. The Ravens will need

  • Steelers wire poll: How many AFC north teams make the playoffs in 2017?
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    Steelers wire poll: How many AFC north teams make the playoffs in 2017?

    The AFC North has only existed since 2002, but during that time, the Pittsburgh Steelers made the playoffs 10 times including seven division championships. 2017 looks like a strong year for the division with the Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals improved. Even the Cleveland Browns seem to be rebuilding but probably aren’t quite playoff ready just yet. But how many teams will make the playoffs from the AFC North this season? Pittsburgh looks to be the favorite to win the division, but that’s not to say there can’t be multiple teams make the playoffs. Last season injuries tore the Ravens apart last season and it still came down to the final week of the season to sort out their playoff spot.

  • History says trading up for a first-round quarterback is generally a terrible idea
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    History says trading up for a first-round quarterback is generally a terrible idea

    Almost every year, teams desperate for quarterbacks talk themselves into trading up in the draft to get the guy they're suddenly convinced can right a listless franchise. It almost never (ever, ever) works, and teams that find themselves picking early in one draft after the next seem slow to learn from history. There are exceptions of organizations coming off down seasons, moving up to take a quarterback, and suddenly winning football games. But more often than not, trading up is a fool's errand.  Last month, three teams in three very different predicaments took the plunge. The 3-13 Chicago Bears have redefined hopeless; for them, Mitchell Trubisky feels like their "any port in the storm" quarterback.