2013 DRAFT GUIDE
 #55 Rolando McClain
 Pos: Linebacker
NFL Team: BAL
Injury: OK
 Experience: 3
College: Alabama
Height: 76
Weight: 259
Born: 7/14/1989
 Year  Tm  Gm  Tackles  Assists  Sacks  Pass Def  Fum Rec  Ints  TDs 
2011OAK1677225.013000
2010OAK1559260.56010

Summary

The Ravens had a dip in production last season, ranking 17th defensively and allowed 21.5 points per game. The points per game numbers weren't too bad, which helped led to a good season for the team. The Ravens were about the same against the pass (17th) and rush (20th), so improvement can be made in all areas this season. The big loss for the defense is linebacker Ray Lewis, who was the leader of the unit. His play did slip a little last season, though, so getting younger might not be a bad thing for the defense. The Ravens added linebackers Elvis Dumervil and rookie Arthur Brown in hopes of shoring up the defense. Both additions should be positives for the Ravens. The secondary wasn't quite as sharp last season but still has some good players, including cornerback Lardarius Webb and safety Michael Huff. The depth behind these guys needs to play more consistent, though. Jacoby Jones is the top return man for the special teams and does a real good job in this area. He is an above-average return man capable of making many big plays. Fantasy Outlook: This unit isn't quite a fantasy starter anymore but a spot play. The Ravens still have some sack potential but the secondary doesn't create a lot of turnovers. The special teams is pretty solid, though, so that helps. But the yards and points allowed won't be among the league leaders. We wouldn't be surprised if they are better than last season but not by a whole lot.

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Notes

The Baltimore Ravens reinstated LB Rolando McClain from the reserve/retired list Thursday, April 17.
Source: KFFL.com
Updating previous reports, retired LB Rolando McClain failed his conditioning tests during his workout with the Baltimore Ravens. The test consisted of six timed 150-yard runs.
Fantasy Impact: This doesn't bode well for his comeback attempt.
Source: KFFL.com
Retired LB Rolando McClain (Ravens) worked out for the Baltimore Ravens Tuesday, April 15, as he attempts a comeback. The workout wasn't a smooth one in terms of conditioning, and he has a lot of rust, according to a league source.
Source: KFFL.com
The Baltimore Ravens worked out LB Rolando McClain, and it reportedly wasn't a success. McClain didn't finish his conditioning test and didn't perform drills.
Source: KFFL.com
Retired LB Rolando McClain said he would like to play for the Baltimore Ravens if he comes out of retirement. McClain said he is scheduled to meet with Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome Friday, April 4, to discuss the possibility of returning to the team. He plans to attending offseason workouts if he is allowed to return.
Source: KFFL.com
Retired LB Rolando McClain was non-committal about his attempt to make a comeback Wednesday, March 12. 'Football is football,' McClain said. 'Right now, I don't have any plans.' The Baltimore Ravens still retain the rights to McClain.
Source: KFFL.com
Retired LB Rolando McClain is in a better place mentally and has been telling people he plans to play football next season. McClain has been working out on a regular basis. The Baltimore Ravens currently own his rights, but they may not be willing to give him another chance.
Source: KFFL.com
Retired LB Rolando McClain may want to return to play in the NFL, according to agent Pat Dye Jr. 'I admire the kid for coming back to Tuscaloosa, going to class and trying to get everything in his life outside of football situated,' Dye Jr. said. 'It's not my decision to come back or not come back. I think ultimately he wants to play again. He's only 24 years old. He's talented. It's just a shame. It was such a great situation there in Baltimore."
Source: KFFL.com
Baltimore Ravens LB Rolando McClain decided to retire to was solely his decision, and he wants to focus on getting himself together before continuing his career, a source said. The Ravens have offered to be a resource for McClain.
Fantasy Impact: It wouldn't surprise to see him try to make a comeback at some point but it seems he is done for now.
Source: KFFL.com
Baltimore Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome announced Ravens LB Rolando McClain, 23, has informed the team he is retiring. Baltimore has placed McClain on the Reserve/Retired list.
Fantasy Impact: This was a surprise - even with all his off the field issues.
Source: KFFL.com

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