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A lot of this we know yet it's time to get clearer on where the Ravens stand as far as the Cap. Eric has done a great job at being pro active.


Baltimore is projected to have around $30 million in cap space, which is more than what the Ravens have had in recent memory but still ranks in the bottom half of the league. The Ravens spent a sizable piece of their 2020 cap space on extensions for seven of their own players who were set to become free agents this offseason, including four Pro Bowl players: Yanda; cornerback Marcus Peters; place-kicker Justin Tucker; and fullback Patrick Ricard.

DeCosta, who made it clear he wanted the Ravens to become more aggressive in keeping their young talent from hitting free agency, did a chunk of this offseason’s work before the 2019 was over. Baltimore is returning every starter from the NFL’s highest-scoring offense and at least eight starters from the league’s No. 4 defense because the franchise doesn’t have to pay Jackson at an MVP-type level yet............https://www.espn.com/blog/baltimore-ravens/post/_/id/51696/why-mvp-lamar-jackson-is-at-his-most-valuable-for-ravens-in-2020


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