Notes: Ravens right tackle Rick Wagner was the team's top earner in the league's performance-based pay program for a second straight year. Wagner, who started all 16 games for the Ravens in 2015, gets a payout of $237,349.95. Rounding out the Ravens' top five in performance-based pay payouts were wide receiver Kamar Aiken ($199,880.72), offensive tackle James Hurst ($153,255.07), guard-center John Urschel ($146,548.25) and linebacker Zachary Orr ($137,684.90). … Former Raven reserve safety-special teams standout Brynden Trawick traveled to Cincinnati on Monday night to meet with Bengals officials. The Ravens opted last week to not extend the $1.67 million tender to Trawick, allowing him to sign with any team. The Ravens maintain interest in Trawick, who led the team with nine special teams tackles last season.