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Baltimore Ravens Strategy and Personnel 2009-02-20


Baltimore Ravens Strategy and Personnel 2009-02-20
FRANCHISE PLAYER: LB Terrell Suggs: tendered at $10.17M.


TRANSITION PLAYER: None.

UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS

--QB Kyle Boller never developed into consistent starter. Expected to become backup elsewhere.

--QB Todd Bouman went from No. 2 to No. 3 on depth chart when Troy Smith became healthy. But he has been a source of good advice for Joe Flacco. Might be re-signed.

--C Jason Brown flourished in his first season as a starting center. He might have priced himself out of what the Ravens are willing to pay him.

--WR Terrance Copper was injured during short stint with team. Not expected to return.

--CB Corey Ivy is a hard-nosed defender who lacks size and speed. Could follow Rex Ryan to the New York Jets.

--SS Jim Leonhard replaced injured Dawan Landry and became one of the best surprises on the team. But Ravens might not have the money to keep Leonhard, who could join Rex Ryan with the Jets.

--LB Ray Lewis became even more valuable when defensive coordinator Rex Ryan left to become head coach of the New York Jets.

--LB Robert McCune is a dependable special teams player. Might return.

--FB Lorenzo Neal became leader of the running backs. He should figure into the Ravens' plans next season.

--LB Bart Scott hasn't been the playmaker of a few years ago, but he is still strong against the run. Because Ravens are locked on keeping Ray Lewis and Terrell Suggs, Scott seems to be the odd man out.

--K Matt Stover bounced back after a poor start. He will probably test free-agent market but give the Ravens a chance to match the best offer.

--TE Daniel Wilcox has seen his productivity suffer over two injury-filled seasons. Not expected to return.

RESTRICTED FREE AGENTS

--P Sam Koch had best season last season and has become great at pinning teams inside the 10-yard line. Could receive extension.

--CB Derrick Martin has some potential and could develop into a nickel back. Will return.

--WR Marcus Maxwell was a non-factor as a receiver and average on special teams. Could return.

--CB Evan Oglesby is a solid special teams player and adequate defender. Could return.

--TE Quinn Sypniewski is a dependable blocking tight end. Will be given low tender.

--WR Demetrius Williams saw injuries slow his progress, but Ravens still like his potential. Will be given low tender.

EXCLUSIVE RIGTHS FREE AGENTS: Unknown.

PLAYERS RE-SIGNED

--SS Dawan Landry: Potential RFA; $1m/1 yr.

--DT Brandon McKinney: Potential RFA; terms unknown.

PLAYERS ACQUIRED: None.

PLAYERS LOST

--CB Chris McAlister (failed physical).



Author:Fox Sports
Author's Website:http://www.foxsports.com
Added: February 20, 2009

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