Thursday, March 8, 2007

BYE BYE COKE DEALER


It didn't take the Ravens long to fill their void at running back.
A day after former Baltimore back Jamal Lewis signed a one-year deal with Cleveland, the Ravens traded for Buffalo Bills running back Willis McGahee, The Baltimore Sun reported on its Web site Thursday.
Baltimore will send three draft picks to Buffalo in exchange for the former Miami star. The deal is contingent upon McGahee passing a physical, the newspaper reported.
"We're getting a dynamic back who has the potential to diversify our running game," Ravens coach Brian Billick said, according to The Sun.
"This is a runner who can make people miss," Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome said.

1 comment:

M. Van Buren said...

I was surprised that the Bills got three picks for Arnold Drummond's older brother. He didn't want to play for the Bills, and I just assumed that the Bills would get very little for him in a trade.