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Multiple former Ravens speak out on Ravens strength coaches following NFLPA’s ‘F-’ grade


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After the NFLPA released the Ravens ‘F-’ grade, multiple former Ravens criticized the Ravens strength coaches

On Wednesday, the NFLPA released their Player Team Report Cards judging teams on various aspects of each club. The Baltimore Ravens, who scored well in most areas, received the worst strength staff grade, an ‘F-.’

Multiple Ravens have criticized them in the past, including outside linebacker Matthew Judon and defensive lineman Derek Wolfe. Since the news was released, more former Ravens have voiced their frustration and displeasure, including 2015 third-round pick and defensive lineman Carl Davis.

Undrafted linebacker Bam Bradley shared a tweet on the matter while undrafted wide receiver Quincy Adeboyejo posted a string of text.

Definitely ruined my career. 3 year season ending injuries in a row after being healthy my entire career prior,” Adeboyejo tweeted. “Rookie year training camp I suffered the same knee injury Lamar had this year . I was forced to practice 3 days later because I was a “bubble” guy.. they cared less about treating me. Year 2 .. I went thru a full week of off season training with the team just for a surprise text day before rookie mini camp saying they wanted me to participate . 15 minutes into practice I tear my quad completely off the bone. Everything went downhill from there. Let’s just say it’s never good when the training room and strength coaches aren’t on the same page. They didn’t like each other and it showed. Huge disconnect between the two which led to multiple injuries for a lot of guys. No hard feelings tho. I still love Harbs and the organization as a whole.

Current wide receiver Rashod Bateman retweeted a fans comment regarding his health, too.

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