The Baltimore Ravens cut defensive end Chris Canty. The 32-year-old was mulling retirement upon entering the final year of his contract with the team, but reportedly plans to play in 2015.
Less than a year after signing a four-year deal, Jacoby Jones will hit the open market once again at age 30. He made $4.5 million in 2014 but will not stick around for the $2.5 million he’s owed in 2015.
LSU’s La’el Collins, one of the top offensive linemen in the 2015 NFL Draft, is scheduled to meet with the Baltimore Ravens, a report says.
Chris Canty is back with the Baltimore Ravens. The defensive end has signed a one-year, $2.5 million deal that includes a team option designed to spread out a $1.53 million signing bonus.
The Ravens will keep Justin Forsett in Baltimore. The running back has agreed to a deal after his breakout, 1,266-yard season, per Ian Rapoport.
Saddled with a $16 million cap number, Ravens defensive lineman Haloti Ngata is an obvious target for a contract restructuring. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reports that isn’t likely to happen.
NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Tuesday that the Baltimore Ravens have approached Lardarius Webb about taking a pay cut, but it remains unclear if the veteran cornerback will be agreeable.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh says one of the biggest factors in choosing Marc Trestman as OC was his fit with quarterback Joe Flacco, who played a significant role in the hiring process.
The Baltimore Ravens announced they hired Marty Mornhinweg as quarterbacks coach, who is coming off a turbulent stint as the New York Jets offensive coordinator.
Baltimore has a new man in charge of the offense. The Ravens announced on Tuesday that coach Marc Trestman has been hired as offensive coordinator.