Domonique Foxworth

#24CB,
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 180
Born:
College: Maryland
Birth Place: Randallstown, Maryland
Draft: 2005 3rd round (33rd pick) by the
  • Greg Roman wants Ravens' offense to be unpredictable
    Ravens Wire

    Greg Roman wants Ravens' offense to be unpredictable

    Baltimore Ravens offensive assistant/tight ends coach Greg Roman wants Baltimore’s offense to have an approach that will help them succeed on a week-to-week basis. In other words, Roman wants the offense to become unpredictable on a week-to-week basis. “The No. 1 thing I had to do was sit down with Marty [Mornhinweg] and John [Harbaugh] and see what their vision was,” Roman said during minicamp press conference. “Once we got that clear, it was really an opportunity for us to sit down, look at our personnel and see what kind of team we could build, what kind of offense we really wanted to have. That process happened early in the spring. We’ve been working through it pretty hard. I think from a

  • DVOA ranks the 30 best teams over the last 30 years
    Mile High Report

    DVOA ranks the 30 best teams over the last 30 years

    Football Outsiders continued their greatest of the last 30 years according to DVOA lists, putting forth the best DVOA teams of this era. The Denver Broncos made the list twice and one of them surprised me. I expected to see the 2013 Broncos on this list somewhere, but it just didn’t happen. That was the year the defense suffered a catastrophic loss of Von Miller, so the DVOA numbers just didn’t quite stack up to this all-time list. They ended up with a weighted DVOA ranking of 27.3% - still good, but not top 30 all-time. However, the 2012 Broncos slid into the 18th spot. That year is the lost year for the Broncos franchise. The Baltimore Ravens stole the show not just from that Broncos squad,

  • Here's the best MVP candidate from every AFC team who doesn't play quarterback
    CBS Sports

    Here's the best MVP candidate from every AFC team who doesn't play quarterback

    In a passing-dominated league, it's widely accepted that quarterbacks have the best odds to win the MVP award at the end of season. The last player to win it that wasn't a quarterback was Adrian Peterson in 2012, and the last before that was LaDainian Tomlinson in 2006. It's a testament to how pass-heavy the NFL has become, and quarterbacks have a tendency to become the biggest stat-mongers over the course of the NFL season. There are always players who are worth talking about before the season, however, and several players are going into 2017 with legitimate chances to win the award. With the NFC's quarterbacks already in the books, there's still another half of the league to go. Although the