The NFL Owners Meeting are currently being held in Orlando, Florida, and Baltimore Ravens Owner Steve Bisciotti revealed his team's plans for the rest of the offseason. Now that they've re-signed receiver Jacoby Jones, offensive tackle Eugene Monroe, tight end Dennis Pitta and linebacker Daryl Smith to long-term deals, they'll look to extend the deals of players with one year left on their contracts.
Torrey Smith is slated to be their biggest free agent in 2015 if he doesn't get extended, and they'd probably slap the franchise tag on him if needed. They'd rather just extend him now, and Bisciotti made that clear:
Bisciotti said nothing would make him happier than getting a contract extension worked out with Torrey Smith prior to the draft— Matt Zenitz (@mzenitz) March 24, 2014
Bisciotti said Rosenhaus is scheduled to speak with Ozzie Newsome and Pat Moriarity regarding Smith here in Orlando— Matt Zenitz (@mzenitz) March 24, 2014
Bisciotti said he's optimistic the Ravens can get a contract extension worked out with Torrey at some point soon— Matt Zenitz (@mzenitz) March 24, 2014
Smith is coming off the best year of his career after setting career-highs in catches (65) and yards (1,128) in 2013.