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Not much to work with but they could pull off deals like last year for Leach, McKinny, Evans and Williams.

It would be a lot better if Rice signs a new deal.

 

Salary-Cap Update

 

As of yesterday morning, the Ravens were reportedly $14.4 million under the salary-cap limit of $120.6 million.

 

They added $1.6 million later when the NFL punished the Washington Redskins and Dallas Cowboys for violating a directive about dumping cap costs during the uncapped year. Then, if reports prove true, the Ravens will have to subtract $6.6 million for the cost to tender Webb, Williams and Ellerbe.

 

Thus, the Ravens are now about $10 million under the cap, says Wilson, which could even go down more because of a series of minimum base salaries for exclusive-rights free agents.

http://blogs.baltimoreravens.com/2012/03/13/late-for-work-313-what-ellerbes-tender-means-for-mcclain/

 

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Here we go. The visits start...yea...Ravens visiting other teams.

 

New Colts head coach Chuck Pagano is looking to bring one of his old Baltimore players with him to Indianapolis.

Cory Redding, a defensive end who has played for Pagano in Baltimore the last two years, is making a free agent visit to Indianapolis, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported.

The 31-year-old Redding played 15 games for the Ravens last season, starting 11 and recording 4.5 sacks. If the Colts trade Dwight Freeney, Redding could be an option for the starter opposite Robert Mathis in Indianapolis.

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2012/03/13/cory-redding-to-visit-the-colts/related/

 

No offense Cory.... but he's a little bit of a down grade over Freeney.

 

Hey check this out...

 

Six-hundred-plus free agents looking for work means there will be plenty of low-priced bargain veterans in a few weeks and even a lower drop in price after the draft. It is going to be a great year to build up the back end of a roster with experienced veterans.

 

That means there will be a ton of solid players to make a team deep as shit.

Also a ton who will be out of work by opening day.

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