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Baltimore Sun Mar 24, 2017

Five for Friday: Free agents who best fit with the Ravens

The Ravens have been busy this offseason after a slow start, reaching deals with safety Tony Jefferson, cornerback Brandon Carr and running back Danny Woodhead, as well as bringing back nose tackle Brandon Williams and wide receiver Mike Wallace. But with the draft approaching and free agency ongoing,...
Baltimore Beatdown Mar 10, 2017
Ozzie Newsome has taken a radically different approach to the 2017 offseason, and it is working perfectly

Ozzie Newsome has taken a radically different approach to the 2017 offseason, and it is working perfectly

Who is manning the ship in Baltimore, and what have they done with Ozzie Newsome? Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome is well known for sitting out the initial free agent frenzy, and scooping up the leftovers. Last year, the Ravens placed the Franchise Tag on Justin Tucker at virtually the last possible second. In addition, the Ravens brought in Mike Wallace, Eric Weddle and Jerraud Powers all in the latter stages of free agency. Newsome also loves bringing in aging stars for low cost. Steve Smith Sr. and Weddle are great examples of this. Both came in on team friendly contracts and...
numberFire Mar 9, 2017

Mike Wallace will remain with Ravens for 2017

The Baltimore Ravens exercised wide receiver Mike Wallace's option and will keep him for 2017. What It Means: The Ravens could have cleaned out $8 million in cap space by releasing Wallace, but following Steve Smith's retirement and Torrey Smith signing with the Philadelphia Eagles, they figured to stick with him. Wallace turns 31 in August and projects to start opposite Breshad Perriman, either as the number-one or number-two option. Among the 60 receivers to see 80 or more targets last season, Wallace ranked 36th in Reception Net Expected Points per target (116...
CSN MidAtlantic Mar 9, 2017

Ravens officially bringing Mike Wallace back

The Ravens announced Thursday that theyve officially picked up the 2017 option on wide receiver Mike Wallace. Ravens Coach John Harbaugh said last week that he both expected and hoped Wallace would be back for a second season with the Ravens. The speedy Wallace clicked with Joe Flacco in 2016 and posted his first 1,000-yard
NFL Trade Rumors Mar 9, 2017

Ravens Pick Up WR Mike Wallace’s 2017 Option

Jeff Zrebiec reports that the Ravens have exercised WR Mike Wallace’s option for the 2017 season. There was some talk that the Ravens could move on from Wallace and take the cap saving. However, it appears as though he’s still part of their plans. Wallace, 30, is a former third-round pick of the Steelers back … The post Ravens Pick Up WR Mike Wallace’s 2017 Option appeared first on NFLTradeRumors.co.
Baltimore Sun Mar 9, 2017

Ravens pick up 2017 option on wide receiver Mike Wallace

Speedster is in line to make a base salary of $5.75 million this season.
Baltimore Beatdown Mar 9, 2017
Baltimore Ravens pick up Mike Wallace’s option

Baltimore Ravens pick up Mike Wallace’s option

The Ravens had a difficult decision to make with veteran receiver Mike Wallace. They could pick up his contract option, which would count $8 million against the cap, or cut him and save $5.75 million in cap-space. Baltimore decided to pick up his option, as per Jeff Zrebiec Ravens have picked up the option for WR Mike Wallace.— Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiecsun) March 9, 2017 Eight million is a sizable chunk of change, but it was something the Ravens needed to do. Wallace was Baltimore’s only proven receiver and could not afford to lose him. If he were to be released, it would not be...
Baltimore Beatdown Mar 9, 2017
Jeff Zriebec reports Ravens are “cautiously optimistic” they can finalize a deal with Brandon Williams.

Jeff Zriebec reports Ravens are “cautiously optimistic” they can finalize a deal with Brandon Williams.

The new league year begins soon and the Ravens are still talking to Brandon Williams. With little time before the new league year begins, the Baltimore Ravens will have to make final decisions on guys like Mike Wallace and Dennis Pitta. While there hasn't been any updates on those situations, the Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zreibec posted this on Twitter just a short while ago about the Ravens and Brandon Williams contract talks. He says the team is "cautiously optimistic" they can get a deal done. Market opens in a little less than two hours. Ravens still cautiously optimistic that they'll be...
Baltimore Sun Mar 9, 2017

Flurry of activity should continue for Ravens as free agency opens

Decision due on Mike Wallace; Resolutions also possible for Lardarius Webb, Dennis Pitta
NFL Nation | ESPN Mar 6, 2017

Ravens' reunion with Torrey Smith could hinge on Mike Wallace

Ravens' reunion with Torrey Smith could hinge on Mike Wallace
Steelers Depot Mar 5, 2017

Harbaugh Wants Mike Wallace Back Despite Big Cap Hit

It had been a while since the last time that he was relevant in the AFC North, but it would be hard to deny that former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace had a strong season for the Baltimore Ravens in his first year with the team in 2016. It... The post Harbaugh Wants Mike Wallace Back Despite Big Cap Hit appeared first on Steelers Depot by Matthew Marczi. Go Steelers! [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

Dolphins are (probably) done being big spenders in free agency

The days of the big-spending, free-wheeling Miami Dolphins in free agency are pretty much over. That means free-agent contracts like the ones given to Mike Wallace and Ndamukong Suh are relics of a bygone era. And that could also mean there’s no way the Dolphins spend big bucks on, say, New England...
CSN MidAtlantic Mar 1, 2017

John Harbaugh: I want Mike Wallace back

The Ravens have some difficult salary-related decisions to make, but Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Wednesday he expects wide receiver Mike Wallace will be back for 2017. Wallace is due about $8 million in the final year of a two-year deal he signed last season, and the Ravens would save $5.75 million on their salary
numberFire Mar 1, 2017

Ravens believe Mike Wallace will be back next season

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Mike Wallace is expected to be back with the team in 2017, head coach John Harbaugh said. What It Means: This is a topic of conversation due to Wallace's steep $8 million cap hit, but the departures of Steve Smith Sr. (retirement) and Kamar Aiken (free agency) don't leave the Ravens with many options. Expect Wallace, who turns 31 in August, to open the year with Breshad Perriman as Baltimore's top two wideouts. Among the 60 receivers to see 80 or more targets last season, Wallace ranked 36th in Reception Net Expected Points per target (116...
NFL Nation | ESPN Mar 1, 2017

John Harbaugh anticipates Ravens keeping Mike Wallace for 2017

John Harbaugh anticipates Ravens keeping Mike Wallace for 2017

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