Marcus Spears

#96DT,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 315
Born:
College: LSU
Birth Place: Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Draft: 2005 1st round (20th pick) by the
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    They say the Ravens defense is overrated. They say Joe Flacco is not a top-15 quarterback. Are the statements above true? Is Baltimore’s defense overrated? Is Joe Flacco not a top-15 quarterback? Both statements are laughably untrue. The Ravens defense is not overrated. They are a top-three unit. They have forced 10 turnovers in two games. They have eight interceptions and the scary part is, Baltimore is just getting started. This defense is loaded with young, improving talent such as Tyus Bowser, Tim Williams, Marlon Humphrey and Michael Pierce. The list could go on forever, but the bottom line is that this defense is legit. The Ravens defense held the Browns to 10 points and they were weren’t

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    Thursday Night Football is a day away, which means it is time to get your Week 3 fantasy football lineups together. It is important to remember there is an early Sunday London game featuring the Jacksonville Jaguars and Baltimore Ravens. It kicks off at 9:30 a.m. ET, so don't forget! The SB Nation Fantasy War Room will be live today until 8:30 p.m. ET, answering all your fantasy football questions. If you can’t see the comments at the bottom of the article, click here. The War Room is running from 4-8:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday. Today’s war room will feature fantasy analyst Jason Marcum answering questions. Drop in the comments with any questions you have to

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    OWINGS MILLS, Md. — As the Ravens arrived at the team’s training facility for offseason workouts, cranes loomed overhead and men in hard hats wandered the grounds. A $45 million renovation to upgrade the team facility was underway, a project that would bring a new locker room, new meeting rooms and new offices for the business side. But there was one room that needed to be finished first, in time for the players’ arrival at training camp: the new cafeteria. “This is where everybody congregates, like a kitchen in your house,” Tenille Moore said, as she gave The MMQB a tour of the cafeteria one day during training camp. “Anyone can come in here, from the grounds crew to the janitor to the players.