With a number of big contract decisions looming, the Ravens have medical concerns as well.
According to Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun, the team is waiting to hear back on a second opinion outside linebacker Terrell Suggs sought for his torn biceps.
If Suggs needs surgery to repair his right arm, it would mark his second straight offseason spent rehabbing, after last year’s partially torn Achilles.
Suggs suffered the injury on Dec. 2, missing one game, but wasn’t much of a factor until the playoffs started.
Of course, the bigger question is how Suggs fits into the long-term picture for the Ravens.
A 30-year-old pass rusher with a $13 million salary cap number coming off another injury has led some to wonder whether the Ravens are ready to move on without him, at a time when they’re trying to get a deal with quarterback Joe Flacco, along with younger defensive free agents such as Paul Kruger, Dannell Ellerbe and Cary Williams.