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Ravens' 2014 Salary Cap: Breaking Down Overall, Position-Specific Cap Space
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The key decision-makers of the Baltimore Ravens organization are meeting in Florida to formulate their offseason plan. That plan definitely revolves around the salary cap, so here's a slideshow to help you (and them) get a feel for how the cap breaks down by position and where the Ravens have to spend their money.

That second part is generally pretty clear. Offensive line, wide receiver and tight end are the three biggest needs, and so that's where the majority of the cap space will be dedicated.

But there are other less glaring holes that need to be addressed. For example, there is plenty of talent at the inside linebacker position, but the Ravens would sorely miss Daryl Smith if he isn't re-signed and would likely have to bring in another veteran if Smith moves on.

Likewise, the cornerback position is transformed from a team strength with Corey Graham on the roster to an alarming weakness without Graham.

Flip through these slides for a closer look at the cap, the depth chart and the future. Well, it might not be that dramatic, but it's still vital information for any Ravens fan.


Note: I've given Brian McFarland of Russell Street Report a shoutout before, but you really have to check out his work if you haven't already. He's always on top of the latest moves, and this breakdown wouldn't have been possible without his research.

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