With the collective bargaining agreement passed by the NFLPA teams can get back to work on their rosters and apparently the Baltimore Ravens aren’t wasting any time.
According to the Baltimore Sun, via Pro Football Talk, the Ravens have release running back Willis McGahee, tight end Todd Heap, nose tackle Kelly Gregg and wide receiver Derrick Mason.
It is surprising that the Ravens have dumped so many veterans in one day, but we all knew this day was coming. Simply, the Ravens can’t get past division rival Pittsburgh Steelers who are much younger.
The Ravens are getting old real fast as there have been questions about the defense’s leaders in safety Ed Reed and linebacker Ray Lewis. Both players are up there in years and have saw their play decline as well and it wouldn’t be surprising if they are gone as well by the end of the week.
In the end, all good things come to an end and it looks like that is the case for the Ravens.