Ravens free-agent options that are probably too good to be true
The Ravens enter free agency with a handful of needs, some bigger than others, should they feel inclined to open up their checkbook. Historically, they have been reluctant to dip into their bank account for free agents, but perhaps the right free agent could change their minds after they missed the playoffs for the first time since 2007.
In this week's Five for Friday, Baltimore Sun blogger and reporter Matt Vensel lists five free-agent options that are probably too good to be true.
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ARTHUR JONES (defensive tackle)( Kenneth K. Lam, Baltimore Sun / October 13, 2013 )
Normally, I wouldn't include one of the Ravens' own free agents on this list, but Jones could be one of the rare higher-priced free agents the Ravens make a push to retain after he tests the open market. But don't bank on Jones giving them a hometown discount. He's earned the right to cash in.