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    Re: salary cap question for Ravor



    Quote Originally Posted by B-more Ravor View Post
    FWIW, assuming the reports of the details of the Dumervil are accurate, the Ravens will be $5.687M under the Cap.
    Which, correct me if I'm mistaken, will leave Baltimore with enough money to draft, and sign either one moderately-priced free agent, or two bargain bin players?




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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor View Post
    Which, correct me if I'm mistaken, will leave Baltimore with enough money to draft, and sign either one moderately-priced free agent, or two bargain bin players?
    Yes. The $2M they'll get on June 1 (from the Pollard release) will be more than enough to cover the draft picks.

    They'll also likely have to cover the inevitable IR'd players due to training camp injuries and carry some space into the season to cover in season injuries, so they've probably got enough for another FA or two (and as many one-year minimum salary deals as they'd like).
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    Re: salary cap question for Ravor

    They've done a great job considering that they had to PAY THE MAN in Flacco and still keep the team moving forward.
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    Re: salary cap question for Ravor

    Quote Originally Posted by bt12483 View Post
    The site overthecap.com is pretty good.

    They have the Ravens at $8,459,254.

    http://overthecap.com/nfl-cap-space.php?Year=2013
    Quote Originally Posted by Haloti92 View Post
    Pretty good. As for differences I see, I noticed it hadn't added Harewood's deal to the spreadsheet. It also doesn't include three $550,000 ERFA's (McClellan, Allen, and Cook) like Ravor's sheet does.

    Bottomline is, I would trust Ravor more than those generic sites, though that site looks more accurate and understandable than most.
    OverTheCap is definitely a very good resource, especially for other teams, but it's not totally up to date with it's Ravens info (although, when you're tracking all 32 teams, that can be quite a daunting task at this time of the year).

    I think Jason does a great job with that site and it's far better than the Spotrak site that many often want to use.
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