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  • As start of free agency nears, don't expect Ravens to make a big deal

    As start of free agency nears, don't expect Ravens to make a big deal
    At 4 p.m. Tuesday, the NFL's free-agent spending spree will begin in earnest, though the Ravens figure to remain mostly on the sideline. Annually lacking the salary cap space to make major outside additions and content to reward their own players...
  • Cut by Eagles, former Ravens cornerback Cary Williams is worth exploring

    Cut by Eagles, former Ravens cornerback Cary Williams is worth exploring
    Now that the Philadelphia Eagles have released veteran cornerback Cary Williams, rather than pay him a $6.5 million base salary next season, the feisty defensive back is an option worth exploring for the Ravens. And Williams has a strong interest in...
  • NFL sets salary cap limit at $143.28 million, Ravens have $4.604 million available

    NFL sets salary cap limit at $143.28 million, Ravens have $4.604 million available
    The NFL has established a salary cap limit of $143.28 million, an increase of $10 million from a year ago. The Ravens needed the salary cap to rise. They remain in a relatively tight financial situation with $4.604 million available. The Ravens' cap...
  • Ravens cut Chris Canty, save $2.66 million against salary cap

    Ravens cut Chris Canty, save $2.66 million against salary cap
    The Ravens cut veteran defensive end Chris Canty on Friday morning, a transaction that saves the team $2.66 million against the salary cap. Canty, 32, was entering the final year of a three-year, $8 million contract. His release comes two days after the...
  • Ravens are $3.899 million under salary cap after cutting Chris Canty, Jacoby Jones

    Ravens are $3.899 million under salary cap after cutting Chris Canty, Jacoby Jones
    The Ravens are still contending with a tight salary-cap situation as they attempt to restructure the contracts of veteran defensive tackle Haloti Ngata $16 million) and cornerback Lardarius Webb ($12 million). The Ravens are now $3.889 million under the...
  • Over past two years, Ravens one of NFL's highest-spending teams on player salaries

    Over past two years, Ravens one of NFL's highest-spending teams on player salaries
    The Ravens were one of the highest-spending teams in the NFL over the past two years on player salaries, investing a combined $252.25 million in contracts, according to NFL Players Association figures. The Ravens spent up to 98.54 percent against the...
  • Jacoby Jones' replacement as return specialist might not be on Ravens roster

    Jacoby Jones' replacement as return specialist might not be on Ravens roster
    With the release of Super Bowl XLVII hero Jacoby Jones officially beginning the Ravens’ offseason activity, the team appears to have created another need for itself. The team's roster includes several options to return kicks, all of whom present...
  • Ravens release wide receiver-returner Jacoby Jones

    Ravens release wide receiver-returner Jacoby Jones
    Jacoby Jones emerged as a Super Bowl XLVII hero two years ago, hitting his high mark with the Ravens during a victory over the San Francisco 49ers in which he scored two touchdowns. Jones’ time with the Ravens ended Wednesday when the team...
  • Observations from 'State of Ravens' address

    Observations from 'State of Ravens' address
    There were really no major revelations in Tuesday's "State of the Ravens" news conference that featured team owner Steve Bisciotti, president Dick Cass, general manager Ozzie Newsome and head coach John Harbaugh. Bisciotti reiterated his frustration and...
  • Despite 'worst year as an owner,' Bisciotti happy with team's success

    Despite 'worst year as an owner,' Bisciotti happy with team's success
    When Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti last was in this setting five months ago, he vehemently defended the reputation of his organization and its handling of the Ray Rice situation. He was uncharacteristically nervous, stern and even a little agitated at...
  • Ozzie Newsome, Ravens brass already discussed Joe Flacco's 2016 cap number

    Ozzie Newsome, Ravens brass already discussed Joe Flacco's 2016 cap number
    While restructured contracts for defensive tackle Haloti Ngata and cornerback Lardarius Webb are more immediate concerns for the Ravens’ front office entering the 2015 season, the exorbitant salary cap figure looming for quarterback Joe Flacco&...