The Super Bowl Champions will be looking to add the proper pieces to the puzzle that can keep the franchise as a consistent contender.
You could explain the reasons each player was either traded, released or not re-signed when it comes to Reed, Pollard and Boldin. Those would be age/salary cap, lack of pass defense and salary cap.
The Ravens keep shuffling the deck and reloading. The team which has been a contenders in each of the last five years, is trying for number six.
I admit that the exodus from the Ravens was tough to swallow at first.
I do like the most recent moves and think they are better in the long run for the organization.
The Baltimore Ravens have agreed in principle to a three-year deal with seven-year veteran safety Michael Huff.
With the fingerprints and lip marks still fresh on the Lombardi trophy, Baltimore was already looking ahead to the 2013 season and beyond by beginning to retool the roster.
After capturing their second Super Bowl in franchise history, the Ravens off season is off and running, as expected more than a few members that were a part of that storybook run to the Super Bowl, will not return.
The Ravens are staging their own version of March Madness, the only thing missing is Dickie V and the brackets.
Former Ravens Director of Player Personnel Phil Savage joined Last Call with Mark Zinno to talk about the Ravens recent moves.
The Ravens part ways with another big name, while resigning several free agents.
When teams like the Ravens win championships we hear about family atmosphere, one heart beat, and the love that fueled said champions to the title.