• Ravens still “far apart” in Eugene Monroe talks, might tag him

    Summary of 7 articles · Updated Mar 4, 2014
    ET, and the Baltimore Ravens didn't put one on offensive tackle Eugene Monroe . It was a wise move. The problem is Monroe wasn't worth the tag. But it makes more financial sense to try to sign Monroe to a long-term deal than tag him. The Ravens certainly need a left tackle, and Monroe proved to be a quality blocker on Joe Flacco 's blind side. After locking up tight end Dennis Pitta over the weekend, keeping Monroe is a priority . He enjoyed his three months with the Ravens. Along with Branden Albert and ...
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      While other positions are picked over already, there will be a market for top pass protectors this offseason. With the deadline to use franchise (and transition) tags passed, the Ravens did not use one on Eugene Monroe. Along with Branden Albert and Jar…
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      Offensive tackle is one of the top free agents at his positionAlthough both sides are highly motivated to hammer out a deal and some progress has been made, sources say there's a significant gap to be bridged to reach a financial compromise.

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