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By: glenn erby
General manager Eric DeCosta, Ozzie Newsome’s successor, has grown increasingly aggressive in handing out contracts, and he’s now built a Super Bowl hopeful for 2023 and beyond.
Baltimore currently has about $6,626,029 in cap space per Over The Cap, and they’re spending about $120+ million plus on the offensive side of the football.
The Ravens also have 26 players scheduled to hit free agency, and some tough decisions will be made regarding who returns to Baltimore.
ESPN recently did an early ranking of the top 25 free agents for 2024, and John Harbaugh’s squad had two players make the list or land on the honorable mentions.
The overall positional spending will change in the coming years after Lamar Jackson signed a massive five-year, $260 million contract extension, making him among the three highest-paid players on average in NFL history.
Originally posted on Ravens Wire