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The Ravens have to get younger, faster and more athletic and they are getting average or below production from these players....




The Baltimore Ravens can double their current salary-cap room before free agency begins March 9.

The Ravens just need to make their biggest cap purge in 15 years to do so.

Baltimore, which currently has $15.3 million in cap room (fifth-fewest in the NFL), can create an additional $20.3 million in space with a half-dozen moves. The Ravens would need to cut linebacker Elvis Dumervil ($6 million in savings), safety Lardarius Webb ($5.5 million), cornerback Shareece Wright ($2.6 million), center Jeremy Zuttah ($2.3 million), cornerback Kyle Arrington ($2.1 million) and safety Kendrick Lewis ($1.8 million).....Right now, the Ravens only have more cap room than four teams: the Dallas Cowboys ($13 million over), New York Jets ($8.7 million over), Kansas City Chiefs ($5.2 million under) and Philadelphia Eagles ($9.6 million under). In order to improve an 8-8 team, Baltimore needs to create more cap space to try to keep a top free agent (nose tackle Brandon Williams and offensive tackle Rick Wagner), add a veteran cornerback, fill the void left by retired wide receiver Steve Smith and potentially replace Dumervil and Webb if they're cut....http://www.espn.com/blog/baltimore-ravens/post/_/id/33846/ravens-can-double-their-salary-cap-room-with-biggest-purge-in-15-years


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It isn't just Billy B, that entire organization does an amazing job of getting the most out of every player. Cast offs, players playing different positions and thriving.


Positional coaches are vital in that organization, here, they just seem to be in name only, especially at the wide receiver position....

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What other coach could be like Belicheck? John states he wants to be, but, meh...

And I want to be as prolific as Derik Jeter.



With all the success the Patriots have had over the year, it's mystifying to me that they haven't lost more coaches to head up other teams.

They always go so deep into the POs that teams have usually hired buy then.

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