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PostPosted: Mon Jan 12, 2015 6:13 pm    Post subject: Ravens 2015 Offseason Tracker Reply with quote

Salary Cap Space

http://russellstreetreport.com/salarycap/

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RULE OF 51 - OVER/UNDER SALARY CAP: $7,956,651


Unrestricted Free Agents

Antoine Cason
Morgan Cox: Re-signed to 1-year deal worth $825,000
Owen Daniels: Signed to 3-year deal worth $12.25 million by DEN
Justin Forsett: Re-signed to 3-year deal worth $9 million
Danny Gorrer
Lawrence Guy: Re-signed to 2-year deal worth $2.3 million
Pernell McPhee: Signed to 5-year deal worth $38.75 million by CHI
Jeromy Miles: Signed to 1-year deal worth $745,000 by NYG
Will Rackley
Jah Reid: Re-signed to 1-year deal worth $745,000
Aaron Ross
Torrey Smith: Signed to 5-year deal worth $40 million by SF
Darian Stewart: Signed to 2-year deal worth $4.25 million by DEN
Tyrod Taylor: Signed to 3-year deal worth $3.35 million by BUF

Restricted Free Agents

Christo Bilukidi: Re-signed to 2-year deal worth $1.5 million
Will Hill: Signed low tender worth $1.542 million
Anthony Levine: Re-signed to 2-year deal worth $2.2 million
Justin Tucker: Signed second round tender worth $2.356 million

Exclusive Rights Free Agents

Kamar Aiken: Signed tender worth $585,000
Tramain Jacobs: Signed tender worth $510,000
Ryan Jensen: Signed tender worth $510,000
Kevin McDermott: Signed to 2-year deal worth $1.26 million by MIN
Steven Means: Signed tender worth $510,000
Rashaan Melvin: Signed tender worth $585,000
Patrick Scales: Signed tender worth $435,000
Phillip Supernaw: Signed tender worth $510,000 [released]
Fitzgerald Toussaint: Signed tender worth $510,000
Brynden Trawick: Signed tender worth $585,000
Casey Walker: Signed tender worth $510,000

Practice Squad Free Agents

Alec Lemon
Nate Menkin
Tauren Poole
Joe Unga

Signed

Kendrick Lewis: Signed to 3-year deal worth $5.4 million
Matt Schaub: Signed to 1-year deal worth $2 million
Kyle Arrington: Signed to 3-year deal worth $7 million
Cassius Vaughn: Signed to 1-year deal worth $825,000
Tom Nelson: Signed to 1-year deal worth $660,000
Trent Steelman: Signed to 1-year deal worth $435,000

Cut/Waived

Terrence Cody
Jacoby Jones: Signed to 2-year deal worth $5.5 million by SD
Chris Canty: Re-signed to 2-year deal worth $4.65 million
Victor Hampton
Bernard Pierce: Claimed by JAC on waivers
Keith Wenning: Signed to 1-year deal worth $435,000 by CIN
Phillip Supernaw: Signed to 2-year deal worth $1.1 million by TEN
Darius Allen
Andrew Bose: Re-signed to a 3-year deal worth $1.575 million
Trey DePriest
Julian Wilson [reverted to injured reserve]
Cam Worthy [reverted to injured reserve]
Jerry Lovelocke

Trades

Traded Haloti Ngata and a 2015 7th round pick [231 f/ MIA] to Detroit for their 2015 4th round pick [122] and their 2015 5th round pick [158]
Traded Gino Gradkowski and a 2016 5th round pick to Denver for their 2016 4th round pick
Traded a 2015 2nd round pick [58] and a 2015 5th round pick [158 f/ DET] to Arizona for their 2015 2nd round pick [55]

Draft Picks

1:26 - Breshad Perriman, WR, Central Florida
2:55 [f/ ARI] - Maxx Williams, TE, Minnesota
3:90 - Carl Davis, DL, Iowa
4:122 [f/ DET] - Za'Darius Smith, DE/OLB, Kentucky
4:125 - Javorius Allen, RB, Southern California
4:136 [compensatory] - Tray Walker, CB, Texas Southern
5:171 [compensatory] - Nick Boyle, TE, Delaware
5:176 [compensatory] - Robert Myers, G, Tennessee State
6:204 [f/ DAL] - Darren Waller, WR, Georgia Tech

Undrafted Free Agents

Jerry Lovelocke [released]
Terrence Magee
DeAndre Carter
Cam Worthy [waived/injured]
Daniel Brown
Darryl Baldwin
Blaine Clausell
De'Ondre Wesley
Kaleb Johnson
Leon Brown
Nick Easton
Brennen Beyer
Darius Allen [released]
Trey DePriest [released]
Andrew Bose
Julian Wilson [waived/injured]
Nick Perry
Justin Manton

Roster

QB: Joe Flacco - Matt Schaub - Bryn Renner
RB: Justin Forsett - Lorenzo Taliaferro - Javorius Allen - Fitzgerald Toussaint - Terrence Magee
FB: Kyle Juszczyk - Kiero Small
WR: Steve Smith - Marlon Brown - Kamar Aiken - Michael Campanaro - Breshad Perriman - Darren Waller - Jeremy Butler - Aldrick Robinson - DeAndre Carter - Daniel Brown - Tom Nelson - Trent Steelman
TE: Crockett Gillmore - Maxx Williams - Nick Boyle - Konrad Reuland - Allan Reisner
OT: Eugene Monroe - Rick Wagner - James Hurst - Marcel Jones - Darryl Baldwin - Blaine Clausell - De'Ondre Wesley
OG: Kelechi Osemele - Marshal Yanda - John Urschel - Jah Reid - Robert Myers - Kaleb Johnson - Leon Brown
C: Jeremy Zuttah - Ryan Jensen - Nick Easton

DL: Brandon Williams - Timmy Jernigan - Chris Canty - Carl Davis - Lawrence Guy - Christo Bilukidi - DeAngelo Tyson - Kapron Lewis-Moore - Brent Urban - Casey Walker - Zach Thompson
OLB: Terrell Suggs - Courtney Upshaw - Elvis Dumervil - Za'Darius Smith - Steven Means - Brennen Beyer
ILB: Daryl Smith - C.J. Mosley - Arthur Brown - Albert McClellan - Zachary Orr - Andrew Bose
CB: Jimmy Smith - Lardarius Webb - Kyle Arrington - Asa Jackson - Rashaan Melvin - Tray Walker - Cassius Vaughn - Tramain Jacobs - Chris Greenwood - Quinton Porter
S: Will Hill - Kendrick Lewis - Matt Elam - Anthony Levine - Brynden Trawick - Nick Perry

K: Justin Tucker
P: Sam Koch - Justin Manton
LS: Morgan Cox - Patrick Scales

Injured Reserve

Julian Wilson
Cam Worthy

Physically Unable to Perform

Dennis Pitta
Terrence Brooks


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 12, 2015 6:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

http://russellstreetreport.com/2015/01/12/baltimore-ravens-salary-cap/ravens-cap-issues-set-busy-offseason/

A good read as always. The Ravens have a lot of cap-maneuvering ahead but I'm not particularly worried about it. They have more flexibility with the "easy" or more obvious options this offseason.

I'll update this thread as more information is released. We probably won't hear anything cap-wise for a while yet though.
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It's only fitting that Bryn Renner is on this team. Only fitting. Cool
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coordinator0 wrote:
http://russellstreetreport.com/2015/01/12/baltimore-ravens-salary-cap/ravens-cap-issues-set-busy-offseason/

A good read as always. The Ravens have a lot of cap-maneuvering ahead but I'm not particularly worried about it. They have more flexibility with the "easy" or more obvious options this offseason.

I'll update this thread as more information is released. We probably won't hear anything cap-wise for a while yet though.


Definitely a good read, and it highlights where significant cap savings can be made. But I guess we already knew that Ngata and Webb were the two biggies. Extending Koch and Yanda would be nice moves, to keep them as Ravens for the rest of their careers.

I wonder if the Ravens could find a trade partner for Jacoby. A team that wants a returner and has a spot on their roster for a #3 WR. I'd hate to see him leave, because he's been a hell of a player for the Ravens, but sometimes you just have to let guys go.

I still think that they somehow have to find the money to keep McPhee. He's become a big part of that front seven rotation, and I'd have to see it weakened just as it looks to become a truly dominant unit.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 13, 2015 2:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ravens gonna tag McPhee. Or we too down in the money dumps for all that?
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http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap2000000330088/article/nfl-releases-2014-franchise-transition-tag-numbers

Those are the tag numbers for last year, and they will go up if/when the cap rises. I think it's safe to say Baltimore has very little interest (or ability) in tagging McPhee for $10+ million.
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as much as i love mcphee and would love to keep him. I think he is a goner. Someone is gonna pay him a lot of money and we have enough depth along the front seven to make up for his loss. Jernigan played well down the stretch and im still hoping we see something out of KLM if he can stay healthy. I can also see us drafting another lineman or pass rusher. I'll miss mcphee but we'll be ok without him.
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Boodgyman5220 wrote:
as much as i love mcphee and would love to keep him. I think he is a goner. Someone is gonna pay him a lot of money and we have enough depth along the front seven to make up for his loss. Jernigan played well down the stretch and im still hoping we see something out of KLM if he can stay healthy. I can also see us drafting another lineman or pass rusher. I'll miss mcphee but we'll be ok without him.


Pass rusher for sure. We need to get more athletic and fast on defense. Speed for us is an issue. Has been for quite some time now.
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McPhee is this year's Arthur Jones, to a T.

Late round gem that we built up to turn into a good player, but ultimately will get more money from someone else than we're willing to pay. Honestly wouldn't surprise me to see the Colts go after them like they did Jones, he seems like a good fit plus the familiarity with Pagano (albeit he was only here for a short period with Chuck).
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Brian McFarland @RavensSalaryCap 6h 6 hours ago
Rice grievance has apparently settled. Any settlement amount over $1,411,765 will act as a negative adjustment on the Ravens 2015 Cap.


First bit of offseason news for the Ravens. It sounds like they and/or the NFL was scared about setting a precedent for players filing grievances about being cut. I don't really like it but I can understand their wanting to protect themselves going forward.
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Steve Spagnuolo to be named Giants defensive coordinator, acording to a source


Not a big surprise. It'll be interesting to see who they replace him with though. I'm not too worried about it.

The last three secondary coaches for Baltimore have been promoted to defensive coordinator fairly quickly. If Austin gets the Atlanta or Denver job then two of them will have been hired as a head coach after only one season as a defensive coordinator. Kind of an odd thing to see considering how sub-par the secondary has been overall during that span (though not particularly the fault of any of those guys).
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So are the Ravens going to get gutted of all coaching talent save Dean Pees? Evil or Very Mad

Dennison as OC is interesting, but he may well get offered at Denver if Kubiak goes there.
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Mancunian Raven wrote:
So are the Ravens going to get gutted of all coaching talent save Dean Pees? Evil or Very Mad

Dennison as OC is interesting, but he may well get offered at Denver if Kubiak goes there.


That's what I'm afraid of. If Kubiak leaves and Dennison follows him to Denver we will have no leftover from this years offense - unless the TE coach that Kubiak brought with him can be a coordinator..
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Ravens will have to hire a new secondary coach. They do have assistant secondary coach Chris Hewitt on staff, but likely to cast wide net


Yeah, there doesn't seem to be an obvious in-house promotion. Hewitt was in his first year as a secondary assistant for Baltimore.

I'm looking forward to a new defensive backs coach being brought in. None of the younger players this year seemed to take a step forward except maybe Melvin but that's a hard situation to get a read on. Elam's significant step back from being an average, even though out of his position, free safety last season is probably the biggest negative. Darian Stewart will hopefully be on his way out too now.
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We can't afford to lose Kubiak. Simply put.

Spagnuolo leaving is fine by me because we can upgrade there, but we can't upgrade from Kubiak, especially if Dennison and Pariani follow suit.
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