There has been some debate regarding what will happen to running back Willis McGahee in Baltimore after a new collective bargaining agreement is reached.
McGahee’s camp has a clear expectation of how things will unfold.
“We don’t expect to be back unless they’ll pay him his contract,” McGahee’s agent Drew Rosenhaus said on Sports Xtra in Miami Sunday night, via Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
That quote indicates McGahee’s camp isn’t interested in a renegotiated contract before testing free agency. The Ravens aren’t expected to pay McGahee $6 million to be a backup next year, although a league source told PFT last month no decision has been made on that front.