Take one more shot at re-signing their top free agents: As of Sunday afternoon, it appeared that the Ravens' top three pending free agents – fullback Kyle Juszczyk, right tackle Rick Wagner and nose tackle Brandon Williams - were all headed to the open market. If that happens, the Ravens' chances of re-signing them would reduce significantly. Of course, everything could change with one phone call. At least with Juszczyk, the expectation was that his agent, Joe Linta, would speak to the Ravens again today. The Ravens also badly want to re-sign Williams, so you'd expect them to give that one more try as well. However, they are running out of time. If the agents for Juszczyk, Wagner and Williams are taking their clients to the open market, you can bet that they know there will be bigger deals awaiting them than the Ravens' offer. Word among agents at the combine was that Williams could be looking at a deal around $10 million per year. That would be a tough commitment for the Ravens to make. Linta is pitching Juszczyk as more than just a fullback and Wagner seems primed to get top right tackle money. General manager Ozzie Newsome often uses the phrase: "right player, right price." The Ravens may just decide on their big three that the price isn't right and opt to go in another direction.