AFC North Rumors: Ravens, Jernigan, Browns

The Ravens should only trade Timmy Jernigan if they can get a second-day draft pick in return, and that seems unlikely, Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun writes. There has been speculation that the defensive tackle could be on the block and coach John Harbaugh didn’t do much to slow down that talk when asked about it earlier this week. Jernigan, who is entering his contract year, appeared in every regular season game last season and totaled five sacks. He seemed to run out of gas towards the end of the season and his playing time was slashed down the stretch, but he still stands as Baltimore’s only interior pass-rush threat.

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9 comments on “AFC North Rumors: Ravens, Jernigan, Browns

  1. dfrey2

    clevelands offensive line will actually be pretty good. Maybe they can ground and pound to 3rd in the division? Took a hit letting Pryor walk….and we all know about the QB spot.

      • dfrey2

        He took a 1 year deal with the redskins. Browns could have easily franchised him or at least made a competitive offer. His agents didnt “pull” anything off

        • browns

          Actually, yes, his agents did “pull” it off. The Browns weren’t going to franchise him for $16m per season (which made his agents angry). They made a competitive offer, same one they made to Kenny Britt, which was more than what Pryor and agents accepted from Washington, so it definitely qualifies as competitive. This entire thing was on him and his agents, not the Browns.

          So dfrey2, is there anything else you care to be wrong about and make yourself look like a fool?

  2. bts76

    Martavis Bryant reinstatement should be coming around the same time as Justin Blackmon’s or Aldon Smith

    • browns

      Not likely. Blackmon and Smith aren’t Steelers, so their reinstatements won’t happen as soon as Bryant’s.

  3. Browns4ever

    Wish I knew why the Browns didn’t resign Austin. I thought he did a decent job last year. It’s not like they don’t need him.

    • browns

      May be wanting too much money, guaranteed starting job, anything really. Browns might be waiting to see if the price comes down or he is willing to compete with Coleman, Erving and others.

  4. Cleveland

    I’m sorry but as much as I liked TP, there’s no way in hell I’m giving him Antonio Brown money. He had 2 teams interested. Browns and Washington. One wanted him long term and one didn’t

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