I must have local NFL GMs reading my blog…because moves were made not long after my free agency post yesterday. Here is an update to the moves made by the Ravens, Redskins and Titans as of March 14th at 5:30am:

Baltimore Ravens: (see full list) – bold items are new from last post

Resigned or Added: Earl Thomas (from SEA), Mark Ingram (from NO)

Lost: C.J. Mosley (NYJ), Za’Darius Smith (GB), John Brown (BUF), Eric Weddle (LAR), Terrell Suggs (ARI).

Notable Unsigned Players: Michael Crabtree, Robert Griffin III, Ty Montgomery

Comments: The Ravens made a couple of big splashes yesterday. The Ravens have been looking for a true #1 running back since they lost Ray Rice…and Ingram should be that person. Thomas will help a defense that has lost A LOT this off season. I still think the Ravens need more to fill the new holes on the defense…but they still have time and cap room…so keep watching for more moves.

Washington Redskins: (see full list) – bold items are new from last post

Resigned or Added: Landon Collins (from NYG), Adrian Peterson (re-signed)

Lost: Preston Smith (GB), Jamison Crowder (NYJ), Ty Nsekhe (BUF)

Notable Unsigned Players: HaHa Clinton-Dix, Josh Johnson, Michael Floyd

Comments: Yesterday morning AP was on my “Notable Unsigned Platers” list…now he will remain a Redskin for another season. Smart move by the Redskins…he was great last season and he is cheap at his age. AP will never be what he once was…but still the best RB option the Redskins have on the roster.

Tennessee Titans: (see full list)

Resigned or Added: Rodger Saffold (from LAR), Adam Humphries (from TB), Kenny Vaccaro (re-signed), Cameron Wake (from MIA), Kevin Pamphile (re-signed)

Lost: None

Notable Unsigned Players: Derrick Morgan, John Cyprien, Will Compton, Michael Campanaro

Comments: The Titans took the day off (ok…probably not…but they did not make any moves). Titans still have cap room so one or two more moves is not out of the question.

Plenty of time for big moves by all of these teams…or at least those with some money still under the cap:

  • Baltimore ($22,845,800)
  • Tennessee ($22,300,974)
  • Washington ($7,508,330)

Stay tuned for future updates.

Scott E

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