Patience key as DeCosta’s first offseason begins to heat up

Eric DeCosta officially took over the General Manager role of the Baltimore Ravens on January 11, 2019.

DeCosta, 47, took over for former general manager Ozzie Newsome after consistently turning down offers from other teams. DeCosta spurned the Indianaplois Colts, Chicago Bears, New York Jets, Seattle Seahawks, and most notably the Green Bay Packers in patiently waiting for his opportunity to come in Baltimore.

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Podcast Episode 41: Is the criticism towards Mark Turgeon and the Terps justified? Plus the latest from Sarasota

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What to make of the Ravens late-night shenanigans

The classic saying goes “nothing good happens after midnight.”

The Baltimore Ravens have dealt with a number of off-field incidents over time. Whether it was Ray Lewis‘s Atlanta nightclub murder investigation, Ray Rice knocking his then- fiancé out cold in an Atlantic City elevator, or even Jacoby Jones being injured by the stripper ‘Sweet Pea’ on a party bus, there’s been a handful of morning headlines that Ravens fans have not had the pleasure of reading.

On Friday morning, stories surfaced about two Ravens players who were active in the late-night hours. Linebacker C.J. Mosley, scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent on March 13, posted a video on his Instagram story around 2:00 am and has since deleted it. Running back Alex Collins, who was set to become a restricted free agent at the start of free agency, was arrested just before 6:00 am in Owings Mills about a mile from the Ravens team facility.

Let’s focus in on these two events and determine how severe they are to the players and the Ravens.

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