The Baltimore Ravens have announced that they have reached an agreement in principle with free agent S Michael Huff on a three-year deal.
- ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Huff receives a three-year deal worth $6 million.
Huff was scheduled to meet with the Packers at some point, but apparently the Ravens were able to prevent that from happening. Baltimore seemed like the favorite to sign Huff given that the Cowboys have cap issues and the Packers almost never pay market value for free agents.
We have Huff listed as the No. 33 player in our recently updated Top 50 Free Agents list.
Free agent safety Michael Huff mentioned that although he had a “nice visit” with the Cowboys, “he’s not sure if he can wait on Dallas to get their salary cap situation straight,” per Calvin Watkins of ESPN Dallas.
The Cowboys reach an agreement with LB Justin Durant earlier in the day on a two-year contract, but their current cap issues will force them to hold off on signing him until they’ve freed up some additional cap space.
- Huff mentioned that he’s already visited with the Ravens and is scheduled to meet with the Packers. (Clarence Hill)
The Ravens are believed to have interest in Huff as well, so there’s a chance he could be leaning in their direction right now. The Packers and Titans have also been mentioned as speculative options for Huff.
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