Ravens agree to terms with Michael Brockers on three-year deal

Getty Images

The Ravens have agreed to terms with Michael Brockers, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports.

The deal is for three years and $30 million.

The additions of Brockers and Calais Campbell should make the Ravens defense even more formidable in 2020.

Brockers, 29, spent the first eight seasons of his career with the Rams after they made him the 14th overall choice in 2012.

He has appeared in 123 games with 121 starts, making 344 tackles, 23 sacks, 52 quarterback hits, two forced fumbles and nine pass breakups.

In 2019, he made 63 tackles and three sacks in starting all 16 games.

The Rams have been bracing for significant departures, and pass-rusher Dante Fowler and linebacker Cory Littleton are among others from the defense who could leave.

8 responses to “Ravens agree to terms with Michael Brockers on three-year deal

  1. This team thinks they can win the sb this year and they better…The rental approach with pricey, older players does not work.

    More cuts coming because they are clearly over the cap. They have 4 players on their D right now total over 50 million annually.

    Top heavy roster building is a failure.

  2. Ravens making some solid moves. Looks like they are building up the defensive line and taking a page out the 9ERS playbook from last season.

  3. Ok, I have my mask on, and I am wearing rubber gloves.

    But the Ravens just paid way too much!

  4. “This team thinks they can win the sb this year and they better…The rental approach with pricey, older players does not work.”

    ———————-

    What, you mean like Jason McCourty or Chris Long? Or Jamie Collins? Or LeGarrette Blount? Or Ben Watson? Or….

  5. tylawspick6 says:
    March 16, 2020 at 7:50 pm
    This team thinks they can win the sb this year and they better…The rental approach with pricey, older players does not work.

    More cuts coming because they are clearly over the cap. They have 4 players on their D right now total over 50 million annually.

    Top heavy roster building is a failure.
    _____________

    How is a 3-year deal a rental? They’re actually well under the cap(a fact check once in a while wouldn’t hurt, guy). Superstars on rookie contracts tend to help with that. The Raven’s window is going to be wide open for a little while. Get comfortable.

    PS- I can’t wait to see your spin job when Tom signs with the Bucs

  6. Brockers was a great Ram. Solid, steady, versatile. Hate to see him go. But that’s too much money for him.

  7. I’ll be honest, as a Ravens fan I don’t know anything about him. Seems like they know Pierce is walking and Williams I think is at end of contract. I would be curious how the deal is structured. It appears, they are shooting for the goal while in Lamar’s rookie contract.

  8. faithful49er707 says:
    March 16, 2020 at 7:55 pm
    Ravens making some solid moves. Looks like they are building up the defensive line and taking a page out the 9ERS playbook from last season

    I’m sorry but when it comes to defense ravens dont need to copy any team. They just haven’t found the right players either because of salary, missed draft picks, FA etc. Losing season got the 9ers all those guys.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to leave a comment. Not a member? Register now!

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.