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Baltimore Beatdown Feb 15, 2017
The Ravens should exercise patience with their cap management this offseason

The Ravens should exercise patience with their cap management this offseason

Baltimore doesn’t have much leverage The Baltimore Ravens are going to clear some salary cap space this offseason, this much is certain. A few of the prospective cuts are obvious: Kyle Arrington, Kendrick Lewis and Ben Watson will potentially provide $6.9 million in cap relief before the draft. The Ravens have six borderline veteran contracts on their payroll, namely Elvis Dumervil, Mike Wallace, Dennis Pitta, Lardarius Webb, Shareece Wright and Jeremy Zuttah. The Ravens should wait until after the draft to make final decisions on most of these veterans. The Ravens front office is...

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