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Trading for Calais Campbell Was ‘Perfect’ Move

With the free agency frenzy having subsided, pundits have come out with their grades for the various moves. The Ravens acquiring defensive end Calais Campbell from the Jacksonville Jaguars for a 2020 fifth-round pick and signing him to a one-year contract extension through 2021 continues to get rave reviews.’s Adam Schein placed the move at No. 3 on his list of the most impactful signings or trades this offseason, behind only the Tampa Bay Buccaneers signing Tom Brady and the Arizona Cardinals trading for DeAndre Hopkins.

“The perfect player going to the perfect team in the perfect city at the perfect time,” Schein wote. “Campbell is a sensational person and teammate. The five-time Pro Bowler is an excellent, versatile, selfless defensive lineman who makes everyone around him better. What a boost to a unit that already was quite imposing. … Baltimore fans are brilliant. They appreciate great players in the trenches. They are going to adore Campbell.”

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Finally, Calais Campbell’s numbers are in:

2yrs, $25M, with a $10M Signing Bonus and base salaries of $5M (2020) and $10M (2021). His Cap #’s are $10M (2020) and $15M (2021). Deal reportedly includes $2M in incentives.

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“Consider that Baltimore stole Campbell with a fifth-round pick earned through last season’s trade of prospect-kicker Kaare Vedvik to Minnesota. Now consider what’s left of Jacksonville’s once-proud defense,” Sessler wrote. “We’re looking at two organizations that approach the team-building process from entirely different points of reality.”

Pro Football Focus’ Anthony Treash wrote that the Ravens improved their main weakness in a big way — literally and figuratively — by landing the 6-foot-8, 300-pound Authentic Calais Campbell Jersey.

“Sending a fifth-round pick for the second-most valuable defensive lineman since 2016 behind only Aaron Donald? Sign me up,” Treash wrote. “In each of the past four seasons, Campbell has produced elite 90.0-plus PFF grades and was great as both a run-defender and a pass-rusher. Baltimore’s biggest flaw from last year was its defensive front and, specifically, its ability to generate consistent pressure. The Ravens ranked just 27th as a team in PFF pass-rush grade, but with Campbell, it’s a given that’ll be improved on in 2020.”

On a side note, the Ravens earned a B-plus for trading tight end Hayden Hurst and a 2020 fourth-round pick to Atlanta for the Falcons’ 2020 second- and fifth-round picks.

Patrick Onwuasor, Josh Bynes Departures Leave Void at Inside Linebacker

Inside linebacker remains the biggest question mark for the Ravens, and it looks like Patrick Onwuasor and Josh Bynes won’t be returning to provide any answers. One day after Bynes reportedly signed with the Cincinnati Bengals, Onwuasor agreed to a deal with the New York Jets, according to NFL Network’s Rapoport.

There was speculation that free agents Bynes and/or Onwuasor, who were part of a three-man rotation at inside linebacker for the Ravens last season, could be re-signed. It turns out Authentic L.J. Fort Jersey– a midseason acquisition who signed a two-year contract extension in November – will be the only returning regular.

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My understanding is Josh Bynes’ 1-year deal with Bengals will be under the amount needed to qualify for comp pick. And sounds like Patrick Onwuasor’s deal w/Jets is borderline. So looks like Ravens either are looking at a 7th-round comp pick or none at all.

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Bynes, originally signed by the Ravens as an undrafted free agent in 2011, returned to Baltimore in Week 5 last year and played a significant role in the defense’s turnaround. Onwuasor, a starter for the Ravens at weakside linebacker in 2017 and 2018, struggled early in 2019 after moving to middle linebacker to replace C.J. Mosley.

In addition to Fort, the Ravens have Chris Board and Otaro Alaka, who are both young and unproven, at inside linebacker.

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“The Ravens can still address the position through the draft, and they’ve shown they don’t need an every-down player in the middle of the defense to serve as anchor,” Penn Live’s Aaron Kasinitz wrote. “Down the stretch of last season, safety Chuck Clark wore the communication device to relay play calls and often moved into the box as a de facto linebacker.

“With Clark still in the fold, Baltimore might not view inside linebacker as a huge priority. But as Onwuasor prepares to begin anew with the Jets, the Ravens still must decide how to fill out their linebacking rotation.”

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Let’s try this again …

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LB Patrick Onwuasor is the latest notable former Ravens player acquired by Jets since Joe Douglas took over as GM:

-WR Breshad Perriman
-OL Alex Lewis
-RB Kenneth Dixon
-LB Albert McClellan
-CB Maurice Canady

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Positions the Ravens Should Stock Up On

Ravens Wire’s Matthew Stevens noted that the Ravens have done a good job throughout their history of keeping their eye on the future in addition to addressing their immediate needs. With that in mind, Stevens identified six positions the Ravens should stock up on.

Here are some excerpts:

Running back: “With such a run-heavy offense, keeping a steady flow of talent at running back will allow the Ravens to keep chugging forward for even more years.”

Safety: “While they have Chuck Clark signed to a three-year extension and Earl Thomas III signed through 2022, there isn’t much depth behind them. … Thomas will turn 31 years old in just a few months and has already played 10 years in the NFL. As we’ve seen far too often in football, guys can suddenly drop off physically and be a shadow of their former selves, meaning a clock is constantly ticking here for the Ravens.”

Cornerback: “Even with two Pro Bowl starters in Marlon Humphrey and Marcus Peters as well as Tavon Young on the inside, Baltimore has learned to not rest on their laurels when it comes to their secondary.”

Defensive line: “For all the help the Ravens added to their defensive line this offseason, none of their signings and trades were long-term options. … It’s clear Baltimore wants a stout defensive line and they’ve got it — for now. Finding some guys that can step into starting roles in two years would help them transition a lot easier and smoother.”

Outside linebacker: “This is both an immediate need and a long-term one for the Ravens. But even in the best-case scenario where Baltimore is able to sign Matthew Judon to a contract extension and grab an immediate starting outside linebacker in the 2020 NFL Draft, they still need to think about the future and more depth.”

Tight end: “With the trade of Hayden Hurst, this is also one of the team’s lesser immediate needs as well. But if they kept an eye towards the future and picked up a developmental prospect who could potentially replace either Nick Boyle or Mark Andrews in the next few years, that wouldn’t be a bad idea either.”

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OWINGS MILLS, Md. — The Baltimore Ravens brought one of their long-time defensive backs back at a reduced rate and a reduced role.

Lardarius Webb, 31, was re-signed to a three-year deal by the Ravens on Saturday, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. This comes nearly four weeks after Webb was cut by the team.

The team announced the deal on Tuesday.

Webb, who has been with Baltimore the past eight seasons, will back up safeties Eric Weddle and Tony Jefferson and add depth at slot cornerback.


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It’s rare that the Ravens bring back a player they’ve released, but the connection between Webb and Baltimore is unique.
The Ravens freed up $5.5 million in cap room by parting ways with Webb on March 10, one day after the team signed the top safety in free agency in Jefferson. Ravens officials said there was a possibility that Webb could return.

This significantly improves Baltimore’s depth at safety. Besides Anthony Levine, the Ravens didn’t have an experienced backup safety after cutting Kendrick Lewis, not re-signing Matt Elam and removing the tender from restricted free agent Marqueston Huff.

Webb had been scheduled to make $5.5 million in base salary this season, which was fifth-most on the team entering free agency. He likely had to take a significant pay cut to come back.

A third-round pick in 2009, Webb was a starting cornerback for the Ravens for five seasons before he switched to safety last season. He finished fourth on the team with 73 tackles last season and recorded one interception and five passes defended. Pro Football Focus rated him as the 15th-best safety in 2016.

Only four players currently on the team — linebacker Terrell Suggs, quarterback Joe Flacco, guard Marshal Yanda and punter Sam Koch — have been with the Ravens longer than Webb has.

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ABERDEEN, Md. — Baltimore Ravens cornerback Tavon Young said he should have surgery to repair the torn ACL in his left knee next week.

But he believes he has already moved past the shock of the season-ending injury.


“I got over it by the first day it happened,” Young said at Lardarius Webb’s charity softball game at Ripken Stadium. “I just got to look forward. God does things. He gives his toughest battles to his toughest soldiers. I look at it as a blessing.”

Young was having a strong offseason and was expected to be the team’s primary nickelback this season. A rookie fourth-round pick from a year ago, he started the final 11 games in 2016.
The Ravens’ Tavon Young will have ACL surgery in the coming days and will miss the 2017 season. Mark Goldman/Icon Sportswire
He suffered the ACL injury on June 1 while running back an interception in an offseason practice. It’s likely that he can return by next year’s offseason workouts, although he has not received an official timetable.

“I just want to see what happens,” said Young, who wore a brace on his left knee. “I’m just trying to get back, just get the surgery, rehab and get bigger, faster and stronger.”

The Ravens signed Brandon Boykin to help fill the Young’s void in the slot. Other candidates to replace Young include Maurice Canady and Webb, who can also provide support through experience.

“With me being through that two times, being through ups and downs, I can help him get through this,” said Webb, who tore his right ACL in 2009 and his left one in 2012. “He’ll come back and be that great corner that we saw last year.”

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Bengals receiver A.J. Green fully cleared from hamstring injury. Browns haven’t made a decision about receiver Josh Gordon. Terrelle Pryor likely to hit the market.

NFL head coaches and front-office executives stepped to the microphone Wednesday at the scouting combine.
Here were some of the news and notes from the day:

– Head Coach John Harbaugh provided updates on the Ravens’ soon-to-be free agents. He said the team is negotiating with Brandon Williams, Rick Wagner and Kyle Juszczyk, but also said the franchise tag would not be an option for any of them.

– Some have speculated that veteran receiver Mike Wallace could be a salary-cap casualty, but Harbaugh said his “anticipation is that Mike Wallace will be a part of our team, and I know he’s working to be a part of our team, and I’m planning on having him back next year.”
– Cleveland Browns dynamic wide receiver Terrelle Pryor looks like he’s going to hit the free-agent market. The deadline for teams to apply the franchise tag is 4 p.m. Wednesday, and the Browns have decided not to tag their young wideout. Browns Vice President of Football Operations Sashi Brown told reporters that trying to keep Pryor “is a priority,” but “we won’t panic if he’s not on our roster.”

– Another Browns receiver is also in the news, as Josh Gordon is planning to apply for reinstatement from the NFL. Gordon has dealt with off-the-field drug problems and hasn’t played a game since 2014. When asked if Cleveland would welcome Gordon back, Brown said he has yet to seriously discuss the issue with Head Coach Hue Jackson. If the league reinstated Gordon and Cleveland released him, then he could draw suitors on the market considering he led the NFL with 1,646 receiving yards in 2013, and he’s still just 25 years old.

– Cleveland is in the market for a quarterback, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they’ll use their No. 1-overall pick to draft one. The Browns also have the 12th-overall pick in this year’s draft, and Brown said he’d listen to offers for that No. 1 spot.

– Bengals Vice President of Player Personnel Duke Tobin said that wide receiver A.J. Green has been 100 percent cleared from the hamstring injury that sidelined him at the end of last season. Green missed both matchups against the Ravens last year, but the Pro Bowl receiver is now fully healthy.

– Bengals backup quarterback AJ McCarron has been mentioned in a handful of trade talks, and Cincinnati could net a nice haul by parting ways with the former Alabama quarterback. The Bengals will listen if teams want to inquire about McCarron, as Tobin said “the phones in our office work.” But Tobin also cautioned teams that the asking price for McCarron wouldn’t be cheap. “If somebody wants to call and talk to us, call and talk to us. But they’re going to find out that we value AJ McCarron quite a bit,” he said.

– Steelers General Manager Kevin Colbert said that outside linebacker “is probably the most difficult” position to project to Pittsburgh’s defense. That explains part of the reason Pittsburgh later in the day announced a two-year extension for 39-year-old outside linebacker James Harrison.

– Colbert had an interesting take on the how the league’s free-agent pool has evolved over the years. An increased salary cap has allowed teams to keep more of their home-grown talent, and as a result, Colbert said, “you’re seeing less and less quality free agents. There’s an inherent danger in that, because some of the players who are hitting the market with the number of dollars that are available, might not be quite worth what they’re going to get paid because of the supply and demand.”