Report: Gus Edwards agrees to pay cut with Ravens

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Running back Gus Edwards has reportedly agreed to rework his contract with the Ravens.

Jeremy Fowler of ESPN reports that Edwards has agreed to cut his salary by about $1 million for the 2023 season. Edwards was due to make $4.384 million before the change to his pact and the change will improve his chances of sticking with the team this year.

Fowler adds that Edwards’ deal now includes incentives that could allow him to recoup the money he gave up as part of the alteration.

Edwards missed the 2021 season with a torn ACL and returned to run 87 times for 433 yards and three touchdowns in nine games last season.

2 responses to “Report: Gus Edwards agrees to pay cut with Ravens

  1. Gus is a very good and capable change of pace back to Dobbins. He was very good at running through contact. Last year was his 1st year back from a major injury. So, he might have lost some burst. He should be better this year and will probably earn all those incentives back.

  2. I used to really love the Ravens, but time and time again over the past few seasons they have shown a really ugly side. It all starts at the top, and Bisciotti slamming the Browns was a clear indication that the grass is greener outside of B More

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