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    Ravens Projected Cap For the Next Few Years

    It's amazing how much better the cap is going to be in the matter of one season.

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    Re: Ravens Projected Cap For the Next Few Years

    2nd in the league behind Dallas I believe





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    Re: Ravens Projected Cap For the Next Few Years

    Taken from this article

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/toddkar...mpression=true

    Also of note

    The Ravens have one of the youngest teams in the league with 48 players age 26 or younger on the current roster.


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    Re: Ravens Projected Cap For the Next Few Years

    Quote Originally Posted by Justlovemybirds View Post
    Also of note:

    The Ravens have one of the youngest teams in the league with 48 players age 26 or younger on the current roster.
    Sinking ship.





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    Re: Ravens Projected Cap For the Next Few Years

    ❤️





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    Re: Ravens Projected Cap For the Next Few Years

    Will not have that much when we extend Stanley and Humphrey. And a handful of others. But good that we have the space to do it! Cap fixed

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    Re: Ravens Projected Cap For the Next Few Years

    Good to see we have plenty of space to sign over the hill receivers





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    Re: Ravens Projected Cap For the Next Few Years

    Quote Originally Posted by guymf4 View Post
    Will not have that much when we extend Stanley and Humphrey. And a handful of others. But good that we have the space to do it! Cap fixed

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    If we make Humphrey the highest paid CB and Stanley the highest paid OL wed still have ~$65m.

    We still have three years left on Marlon btw





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    Re: Ravens Projected Cap For the Next Few Years

    The last 1st round pick the Ravens signed to a long term deal was Jimmy Smith. Jimmy was the 1st round pick from 2011. That's a lot of years without 1st round pick worth a big long term contract.

    Who was the 1st round pick they signed to a long term deal before Jimmy Smith? Joe Flacco

    Think of all that cap space not used on the teams top pick each year.





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    Re: Ravens Projected Cap For the Next Few Years

    Quote Originally Posted by NjRavensFan View Post
    If we make Humphrey the highest paid CB and Stanley the highest paid OL wed still have ~$65m.

    We still have three years left on Marlon btw
    Yes, still plenty left. Not disagreeing. And c yea, we'll probably lock up Marlon in 2021. Just better keep that space available for those 'must sign guys'.

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    Re: Ravens Projected Cap For the Next Few Years

    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    The last 1st round pick the Ravens signed to a long term deal was Jimmy Smith. Jimmy was the 1st round pick from 2011. That's a lot of years without 1st round pick worth a big long term contract.

    Who was the 1st round pick they signed to a long term deal before Jimmy Smith? Joe Flacco

    Think of all that cap space not used on the teams top pick each year.
    Because we chose to spend it on one guy that ate it all and underperformed





  12. Re: Ravens Projected Cap For the Next Few Years

    Quote Originally Posted by Culex View Post
    Because we chose to spend it on one guy that ate it all and underperformed
    His cap hit really wasnt that much of an issue until the last few years because of the way we continually restructured it. Which is why were still eating $16m dead cap this year 😂





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