Ravens pick up Ronnie Stanley’s 2020 option

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The Ravens won’t let left tackle Ronnie Stanley get away any time soon.

Field Yates of ESPN reports that the Ravens have officially exercised Stanley’s fifth-year option. He’s now under contract through 2020.

There was never any question that the Ravens would pick up the option on Stanley, the sixth overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft. Stanley has started 42 games in three seasons.

Stanley will make $13 million in 2020. That salary is guaranteed for injury, although the Ravens could still choose to cut him and pay him nothing in 2020 if he’s not injured.

8 responses to “Ravens pick up Ronnie Stanley’s 2020 option

  1. Jackson’s legs will make the offensive line look better than it really is.

  2. Stanley was PFF’s third highest graded pass blocker at left tackle last year, I’d say that’s a little better than good. With Zeus Jr and Yanda on the other side for at least couple more years as well and Hurst as a solid left guard, the Ravens just need to replace Skura at center to have a top 10 o-line. Don’t be surprised if McCoy or Bradbury are the Ravens’ first pick if they can’t trade back and either is still available.

  3. Strange these linemen rarely make a splash. Keep blocking and keep your running QB upright or they’ll find someone else.

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