The Baltimore Ravens will look to move to 11-2 on the 2019 season when they head to Orchard Park, New York to take on the 9-3 Buffalo Bills this Sunday at New Era Field.
The Ravens moved to 10-2 with a hotly contested 20-17 victory over the now 10-2 San Francisco 49ers this past Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium. It was an ugly affair overall with a constant downpour limiting both passing offenses throughout the contest, but the Ravens emerged victorious on a Justin Tucker game winning 49 yard field goal:
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The start of NFL free agency doesn’t officially begin until the first minute of the 2019 league calendar, which is tomorrow (Wednesday, March 13) at 4:00 pm. Teams will not officially announce signings for unrestricted free agents (UFA’s) until that time, but several agreements are reportedly in-place with a handful of big names linked to the Baltimore Ravens.
First-year General Manager Eric Decosta, in preparation for this week, made several moves to help free up some salary cap space. Releasing Michael Crabtree and Eric Weddle saved the Ravens $15.2 million against the cap, and $10.5 million more will be opened up once Joe Flacco is officially dealt to the Denver Broncos tomorrow.
Knowing that a handful of players would likely find new homes for 2019 and beyond, DeCosta followed up on his goal of retaining young talent by re-signing Nick Boyle to a team-friendly deal and awarding Tavon Young a contract extension. Based on what’s transpired so far this week, DeCosta had the right idea.