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Wide receiver Lee Evans, acquired in a trade with the Buffalo Bills, has one year left on his contract. The question is will the Ravens let him fulfill it or will he be released? I think Evans will be back with the caveat that he has to take a pay cut. Evans is a good receiver. He’s fast and makes a good outside pair to go along with Torrey Smith, but he never developed chemistry with Joe Flacco because of an ankle injury. If he chooses not to take a pay cut, I don’t see him coming back. I believe, because he knows he has unfinished business after a dropped pass in the AFC championship game, he will take a pay cut and come back. Bookmark It Hide Sites $$('div.d30340').each( function(e) { e.visualEffect('slide_up',{duration:0.5}) });
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