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6 minutes ago, ArtVanDelay said:

For Kenny Young.  No link right now because I'm on mobile. 

Kenny Young isn't much to give up as he couldn't even start over guys who didn't play last season.  

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Peters is the #14 CB in the league according to PFF.  HIgher than Marlon Humphrey.

The secondary has been trash so far this year, but it could be pretty damn good once we get Jimmy Smith back.  Maurice Canady has also emerged as a pretty good player.  That would give us 4 good corners.

Of course we also need our safeties to step up.

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55 minutes ago, ArtVanDelay said:

Peters is the #14 CB in the league according to PFF.  HIgher than Marlon Humphrey.

The secondary has been trash so far this year, but it could be pretty damn good once we get Jimmy Smith back.  Maurice Canady has also emerged as a pretty good player.  That would give us 4 good corners.

Of course we also need our safeties to step up.

They’ve been pretty tight lipped about J. Smith’s injury.  Considering the first position we filled was at CB, I wouldn’t be shocked if Smith ends up missing a lot more time.

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6 minutes ago, GoldGlove21 said:

No pass rush is one reason why the secondary is getting torched.

The complete lack of any pass rush makes this move not mean much to me. It won't matter who is in the secondary when we start facing good QBs and they can't stand in the pocket all day.

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Rams turn around and trade 2 firsts and a fourth for Ramsey.

Hard to really judge defensive players without watching them every week. Peters grades high but gives up big plays.

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inebacker Kenny Young and a fifth-round pick in the 2020 NFL draft to the Los Angeles Rams in exchange for cornerback Marcus Peters. It should help a Baltimore defense that has dramatically underperformed this season.

 

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14 minutes ago, SouthRider said:

Then he fits right in!

I won't believe we are not looking at pass rushers.....I have no interest in Suggs returning until he retires. It's about this part of the season we he started to disappear last season.

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4 hours ago, ArtVanDelay said:

Pretty scary.....We give up a benched LB and a 5th rounder so that we can get Peters, so that the Rams can give up 2 1sts and a 4th?

Either Peters is bad or the Rams needed to dump his salary on someone!

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The Rams saved $5.86 million under the salary cap by trading Marcus Peters

Peters carried a cap number of $9.06 million, but according to Spotrac, they will eat $3.2 million in dead money to clear his salary. Young is making less than $370,000 and is signed cheaply through 2021. The Rams had less than $3.5 million under the cap before making the move.

So our cap space was dropped from approximately 9.5 million to 4 million +/-

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30 minutes ago, Camden_yardbird said:

I dont think that's exactly how it works.

 

 

 

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ravens.pngMarcus Peters EMBED THIS

CORNERBACKAge: 26 Exp: 4 Years
Drafted: Round 1 (#18 overall), 2015College: WashingtonAgent(s): Wasserman Media Group
 - More Ravens - Alaka, Otaro Andrews, Mark Averett, Anthony Bethel, Justin Board, Chris Bowser, Tyus Boykin, Miles Boyle, Nick Bozeman, Bradley Brown, Marquise Brown Jr., Orlando Bynes, Josh Canady, Maurice Carr, Brandon Clark, Chuck Cox, Morgan Crecelius, Randin Edwards, Gus Elliott, Deshon Ferguson, Jaylon Fort, L.J. Griffin III, Robert Hill, Justice Humphrey, Marlon Hurst, Hayden Hurst, James Ingram, Mark Jackson, Bennett Jackson, Lamar Jefferson, Tony Jones, Cyrus Judon, Matt Koch, Sam Levine, Anthony Mack, Daylon Marshall, Iman McPhee, Pernell McSorley, Trace Mekari, Patrick Moore, Chris Onwuasor, Patrick Peters, Marcus Pierce, Michael Powers, Ben Ricard, Patrick Roberts, Seth Scott, Jaleel Sieler, Zach Skura, Matt Smith, Jimmy Smithson, Fish Snead, Willie Stanley, Ronnie Thomas, Earl Trawick, Brynden Tucker, Justin Ward, Jihad Williams, Brandon Wormley, Chris Yanda, Marshal Young, Tavon 
 
  • Estimated Career Earnings

    YEAR TEAM SALARY SIGNING BONUS ROSTER BONUS WORKOUT BONUS RESTRUCTURE BONUS OPTION BONUS INCENTIVE TOTAL CASH
    2015 Player Cash Earnings $435,000 $5,230,296 - - - - - $5,665,296
    2016 Player Cash Earnings $870,643 - - - - - - $870,643
    2017 Player Cash Earnings $1,229,447 - - - - - - $1,229,446
    2018 Player Cash Earnings $1,741,931 - - - - - - $1,741,931
    2019 Player Cash Earnings $5,868,176 - - - - - - $5,868,176
    2019 Player Cash Earnings $3,200,824 - - - - - - $3,200,823
    5 seasons $13,346,021 $5,230,296 - - - - - $18,576,315
                     
    SEASONS TEAM SALARY SIGNING BONUS ROSTER BONUS WORKOUT BONUS RESTRUCTURE BONUS OPTION BONUS INCENTIVE TOTAL CASH
    3 seasons Player Cash Earnings $2,535,090 $5,230,296 - - - - - $7,765,385
    2 seasons Player Cash Earnings $4,942,755 - - - - - - $4,942,754
    1 seasons Player Cash Earnings $5,868,176 - - - - - - $5,868,176

 

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