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ESPN’s Adam Schefter mentioned on Thursday’s NFL Live that the Baltimore Ravens may “very well” end up parting ways with WR Anquan Boldin following the Super Bowl, via Rotoworld.com.
Schefter added that the Ravens are projected to be $5 million over the 2013 salary cap, which is a huge problem given that Joe Flacco is set to become an unrestricted free agent and is reportedly seeking $20 million annually in his next contract.
If the Ravens were to release Boldin, they would shed $5.5 million and cutting Jacoby Jones could free up another $3.5 million.
On top of that, Baltimore still wouldn’t be able to address their other free agents like S Ed Reed, OLB Paul Kruger, ILB Dannell Ellerbe and CB Cary Williams. We have all of these players listed in our Top 50 & Top 100 Free Agents list.
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Anquan Boldin has been one of the top offensive performers for the Baltimore Ravens this postseason and has helped lead them to the Super Bowl. It would be hard to imagine the Ravens playing without him in the future, but that might end up being the case.
Per Rotoworld, ESPN’s Adam Schefter said on “NFL Live” Thursday that the Ravens may end up releasing Boldin after the Super...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, via Evan Silva, the Baltimore Ravens may need to release wide receiver Anquan Boldin after the Super Bowl for cap reasons.
Per Schefter, the Ravens are $5 million over the projected 2013 salary cap, “and that’s before they get a deal done with Joe Flacco.” Franchise tagging Flacco would put them roughly $20 million over the cap. Cutting...
ESPN's Adam Schefter suggested that the Ravens might cut wide receiver Anquan Boldin after the season.Fantasy Spin:Boldin has carried the Ravens in the postseason (276 yards and three TD) and even at age 32, he's still one of the most physically gifted receivers in the NFL. But this isn't about Boldin's ability: this is about money. The Ravens have made it clear that...
Super Bowl media day annually brings about all sorts of bizarre questions from reporters trying to get reactions from players. On Tuesday, one male reporter thought it’d be cute to ask Ravens receiver Anquan Boldin how ticklish he is on a 1-10 scale.
Boldin’s answer: Not ticklish at all.
Boldin’s look while answering: STFU, dork.
The Baltimore Ravens may be playing in the Super Bowl on Sunday, but there has been repeated talks of their offseason plans. Between signing Joe Flacco, and/or letting Ed Reed walk, the Ravens apparently have other plans; this time at the wide receiver position. On NFL Live today, Adam Schefter said that the team may "very well" choose to release Anquan Boldin.
If you’re lonely you can always spend roughly $3,000 to watching Sunday’s Super Bowl with ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
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The Baltimore Ravens will face several difficult salary cap
decisions this offseason, and it could result in the parting of ways with wide
receivers Anquan Boldin and Jacoby Jones and linebacker Paul Kruger, according
to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Entering the offseason, the Ravens project to be $5 million
over the salary cap. That would be before resolving the pending Joe Flacco...
The Baltimore Ravens are riding sky-high right now and should be after making it to the Super Bowl. The Ravens will soon come down to earth and like most successful franchises will have tough choices to make.
The Ravens will be $5 million over the cap when the season ends, and then you add-on the dough Joe Flacco will get after playing lights out this postseason and you can see...
ESPN’s Adam Schefter was asked about what the Atlanta Falcons will do this offseason with safety William Moore and cornerback Brent grimes.
Schefter believes the Falcons could end up placing the franchise tag on Moore.
It’s tough to franchise Grimes coming off the Achilles injury, Hank, but Moore would be a prime candidate for a franchise tag. For starters, safety franchise...
Caveat: I think it is important to note that I am a die-hard San Francisco 49er fan, but I promise to be as objective as possible. Here we go.
Torrey Smith/Boldin Tandem vs. 49ers Secondary
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In the NFC Championship game, the 49ers secondary got pushed around by a pair of physically daunting receivers. Oddly enough, I think that they will see much of the...
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According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, impending free agent Rams WR Danny Amendola could be an option for the New England Patriots if they’re unable to reach an agreement with Wes Welker.
Schefter adds that ”Amendola is a poor man’s, younger, cheaper Welker” and that “it would not be surprising in the least if the Patriots made a run at Amendola” if talks with Welker...
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