Baltimore Ravens 2022 free agency, offseason tracking: Latest signings, trades


Beginning at noon on Monday, March 14 until 3:59:59 p.m. ET on Wednesday, March 16 is the NFL’s “Legal Tampering Period.” During this time, NFL clubs are permitted to speak with all free agents without restriction and enter into negotiations with them or their agents. Then, at 4:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday, contracts can be signed and players can start renting moving trucks as they find new homes with new franchises.

Over the next two days and beyond, Baltimore Beatdown will watch the Ravens’ every move as they attempt to bounce back from an injury-riddled 2021 season.

Here you will find all the moves made from 12 noon, be it adds, subs, re-signs, trades or whatever else is possible.

The Ravens offered quarterback Tyler Huntley, center Trystan Colon, long snapper Nick Moore, running back Ty’Son Williams, safety Geno Stone and inside linebacker Kristian Welch

Ravens release cornerback Tavon Young

The Ravens have placed Alejandro Villanueva on the reserve/retired roster.

Ravens sign safety Marcus Williams to five-year, $70 million deal

Ravens sign offensive tackle Morgan Moses to three-year, $15 million deal

Ravens sign defensive tackle Michael Pierce to three-year, $27 million deal

Ravens re-sign fullback Patrick Ricard for a $11.25 million three-year contract

Ravens sign head coach John Harbaugh to three-year contract extension

Ravens re-sign inside linebacker Josh Bynes to one-year deal

Ravens re-sign defensive end Calais Campbell to two-year deal

The Ravens trade WR Marquise “Hollywood” Brown and the No. 100 overall pick to the Arizona Cardinals in exchange for the No. 23 overall pick.

Baltimore Ravens Free Agents (2021)


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