Based on Ozzie’s comments early in the press conference, I am expecting them to be reworking contracts of big name players to create more cap room.
The Ravens braintrust is back from its annual trek to Florida to meet with Steve Bisciotti and hopefully they’ve got a gameplan because there are some tough decisions to be made.
The Baltimore Ravens have several players who are unrestricted free-agents or are coming up on the final years of their contracts and may be asked to restructure and extend their deals.
I doubt this will be a banner year for the Ravens, but they will definitely get some Pro Bowlers.
To say that the 2013 Baltimore Ravens struggled on offense would be a massive understatement.
This year the addition of Gary Kubiak’s offense with a zone blocking scheme will benefit the players but it will let Juan Castillo teach what he knows best.
It’s unknown at this time which free agents the Ravens will retain of their own, the full draft order or who will be available on the street.
I was looking at the Ravens salary cap and I think one of the big issues facing the team is that their highest paid players underperformed this year. Every single one of them.
So the Ravens sold out their 2013 tickets in 15 minutes. What took so long, remember this is the only teams with a chance to defend the Lombardi trophy.
The Baltimore Ravens agreed in principle to a two-year deal with LT Bryant McKinnie on Thursday. The transaction means that the team has stablilized it’s offensive line for the 2013 season.
There are are so many things that come to mind with the Ravens win in Denver. Among the superlatives, I thought the Ravens played with “GUTS”.
The Ravens have long awaited the return of Ray Lewis. And while it seems that he’s finally healthy enough to play, Baltimore has decided to wait one more week before starting the future hall of famer. The Ravens will most likely take the same approach with a few other players that are dealing with nagging injuries as they approach the final game of the regular season.