Bisciotti: Ravens working on extension with Marshal Yanda

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Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti said Wednesday the team is currently working on a contract extension for guard Marshal Yanda.

Yanda has been one of the best guards in the leagues over the last few seasons. He was made the Pro Bowl in four straight seasons and was name a first-team All-Pro for the first time in 2014.

Yanda is about to enter the final year of his contract with the Ravens with $5.5 million due in base salary.

Yanda has started 78 of a possible 80 games for the Ravens over the past five seasons. Yanda even started the final three games of the regular season and Baltimore’s playoff victory over Cincinnati at right tackle.

9 responses to “Bisciotti: Ravens working on extension with Marshal Yanda

  1. Second best lineman in Ravens history and it’s not even close. Considering the best is currently in Canton, I’d say it’s high praise.

  2. So exactly when did the Ravens play Cincinnati in the playoffs? Because as I remember, they played Pittsburgh and New England last season..

  3. Got to meet him in-person when he came to my workplace. Very soft-spoken guy and kind, the talent speaks for itself. After I told him I was a Steelers fan we had a short conversation about the rivalry between the two teams. Much respect.

  4. He’s such an underrated asset. You can play him at any position on the line and not worry about a thing.

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