Ravens offensive tackle
Oher is now due a base salary of $3.785 million, up from $3.085 million, as he enters the final year of his $13.5 million rookie contract that includes a total of $7.82 million guaranteed money. Oher's salary-cap figure is $4.955 million.
The Ravens held preliminary discussions with Oher's agent, Jimmy Sexton, during the season regarding a contract extension, but the two sides weren't on the same page for total value and guaranteed money and nothing progressed. Oher is a 2009 first-round draft pick from Mississippi.
Graham developed into a dependable starter who intercepted two
Because of his increased playing time, Graham's base salary for 2013 is up to $2.05 million from $1.8 million. His new salary-cap figure is $2.65 million.
The Ravens, who have 49 contract commitments currently on the books for a total of $111.136 million, are currently $10.864 million under a projected salary cap of $122 million. That includes $1.182 million in salary-cap space carried over from 2012 as well as $1.8 million in dead money from former Pro Bowl kicker
The cap figure doesn't include any deals with unrestricted free agents, a potential $20.46 million exclusive franchise tender for quarterback
The Ravens have choices to make, including whether to give tenders to restricted free agent long snapper
If the Ravens were to assign Pitta, a former fourth-round draft pick, an original-round tender of $1.323 million, they could risk losing him if they opted not to match a competing offer sheet. So, he's likely to get a second-round tender of $2.023 million.
Dickson is a former third-round pick, so he could get the original-round tender of $1.323 million.
Jones is a former fifth-round draft pick who's coming off his best season. It might be a problem for the Ravens if they don't give him a second-round tender.
Cox could be non-tendered, but signed to a veteran minimum salary.
The Ravens could also, because of their tight salary-cap situation, do the same for Reed, Harewood and Cook and entertain the possibility of offering them minimum salaries.
There has been no movement yet toward restructuring wide receiver
Boldin has been mentioned as a potential salary-cap casualty because of his $7.531 million 2013 salary-cap figure, the final year of his $28 million contract signed March 8, 2010 that included $8 million in guaranteed money.
Pro Bowl kick returner