With Ravens linebacker Sergio Kindle suffering a fractured skull in a mishap that occurred only days before the start of training camp, the team has yet to offer him the traditional multi-year deal that every drafted rookie eventually gets.
Instead, we’re told that Kindle will be signing as soon as Monday the one-year, $320,000 offer that every team is required to tender to every draft pick.
With two weeks in the books, he’ll get $282,000.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported earlier today that Kindle has struggled with balance and reactions in medical evaluations.
Kindle’s alternative would have been to sit out the season and re-enter the draft.