Time is running out for teams to sign restricted free agent Ravens tackle Jared Gaither to an offer sheet, but he may be available for less than his first round tender.
NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora, citing two Ravens sources, said Monday an offer of a “high second round” pick would get a team’s foot in the door.
La Canfora suggests the Redskins as a possibility. If Washington didn’t draft a tackle in the first round, they could potentially send their second round pick for Gaither.
There would be no April 15 deadline to sign Gaither to an offer sheet because it would be a straight trade.
By all accounts, Gaither played like a quality starting left tackle last year. That’s why it’s surprising Baltimore seems so open to moving him.