Offseason Blueprint: Ravens

Baltimore's projected lineup, cap situation, free-agent and draft targets

Updated: March 4, 2014, 3:46 PM ET
By Louis Riddick, Khaled Elsayed, John Clayton,
KC Joyner, Todd McShay, Field Yates
| ESPN Insider

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With the 2014 NFL scouting combine in the rearview mirror and free agency about to begin, Insider's experts have produced an Offseason Blueprint for all 32 NFL teams. Included are each team's front-office priorities, projected 2014 lineups, draft and free-agency targets, cap situation and much more.

This is the Offseason Blueprint for the Baltimore Ravens.


Front-office priorities

What management's to-do list should include this offseason.

1. The Ravens made it a priority to get some cap business taken care of, and they got the ball rolling right away; Terrell Suggs' cap number has now been reduced significantly with his new extension.

2. It will be important to get new offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak familiar with the personnel on the team, and for Kubiak to determine the building blocks in place and what the team still needs on offense. His ability to adapt is going to be on full display one way or the other in his first season.

3. Baltimore needs to re-sign OT Eugene Monroe to an extension, and determine if free-agent Michael Oher can be fixed from a technique/consistency standpoint and signed to a contract that fits. Otherwise, the position will need to be addressed early in the draft.