Ravens' 2014 player signings
It has been a busy last month for the Ravens, who prioritized retaining their own players before and after the free-agent market opened.
They still have several needs, including a veteran center, either a right tackle or a left guard depending on where Kelechi Osemele settles, and a starting free safety. They also are looking to add depth at running back and tight end on offense, and defensive line, middle linebacker and cornerback on defense.
The Ravens still have about $9 million of salary cap space that they can utilize in free agency, but many of those needs will be filled in the draft.
Baltimore Sun reporter Jeff Zrebiec looks at their player moves so far:
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Jeromy Miles, safety( Algerina Perna, Baltimore Sun / November 5, 2013 )
Contract: one year
Date: March 13
What it means: Miles probably won't factor into the safety picture, though the Ravens value his experience and his work on special teams. Miles, who the Ravens picked up off waivers from the Cincinnati Bengals last season, had eight special teams stops in 2013. He'll remain a key part of the Ravens' special teams units going forward.