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Analyzing the chances of each Ravens free agent returning

When free agency opens Tuesday, the Ravens will be bracing for the loss of several key players. They have 15 unrestricted free agents, second most in the NFL, plus a Chris Canty, whom they recently released. We weigh those players' chances are of returning to Baltimore.

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