Baltimore doesn’t have a lot of salary cap space, but that won’t stop them from looking hard at the free agent market in the coming weeks. Owner Steve Biscotti says they are looking for linemen.
“We can still move it around a little bit,” Bisciotti said via BaltimoreRavens.com. “We are still on the hunt for some offensive linemen, hopefully, and anything else that drops in our lap.”
The secondary free agent market is a key one. A lot of good players will get cut just before the season or become available for cheap. The Ravens, for instance, added cornerback Josh Wilson in a trade last August 31. He was probably their best cover corner last year.
“I think there’s going to be a lot of veterans that get released and a lot of veterans are going to want to play for a team like the Ravens for the veteran minimum or a little more than that with some incentives,” Biscotti said.
He’s right. It’s something to keep in mind when looking at all those 53-man roster projections going around.