What it means to the Ravens: All the details of Gostkowski's deal still haven't come out, but the Ravens now have a pretty good idea what it's going to cost them to make a long-term commitment to Tucker, who is a free agent after the 2015 season. Gostkowski, 31, has made more field goals than any kicker in the league since he entered the NFL in 2006. He has a longer track record than Tucker, but the Ravens kicker doesn't take a back seat to anybody when it comes to accuracy. Tucker has converted 89.8 percent of his field-goal attempts, the best rate ever for a kicker. Tucker has been mum about his contract demands, saying only that he'd love to stay with the Ravens for his entire career. To make that happen, the Ravens will likely need to eclipse the deal that the Patriots just gave Gostkowski. Other top-paid kickers include the Dallas Cowboys' Dan Bailey, (seven years, $22.5 million, $7.5 million guaranteed) the Oakland Raiders' Sebastian Janikowski (five years, $18.9 million deal, $8 million guaranteed) and the Chicago Bears' Robbie Gould (five years, $17.925 million, $8.85 million guaranteed). Tucker will soon join that list and get a lucrative long-term deal, whether it's from the Ravens or somebody else.