Baltimore Ravens RB Set To Sign With Cowboys

The Baltimore Ravens have a ton of pending free agents that might be plucked by other teams, much like a lot of clubs this offseason. The s Dallas Cowboys may be the team to pick up running back Gus Edwards from the Ravens after an extremely successful 13-4 regular season in which the offense boasted the NFL’s top rushing assault.

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The Cowboys, particularly at running back, have their own problems with free agency. The franchise tag player from the previous season, Tony Pollard, will be eligible for free agency once more in less than a month. Rico Dowdle, the running back for Dallas, is also a free agent, and both are probably gone. Let’s introduce Gus Edwards. Starting on March 13, there are a ton of running backs that could be more well-known than Edwards available on the open market. Saquon Barkley, Josh Jacobs, D’Andre Swift, Austin Eckeler, and Derrick Henry are all probably available. However, all of them will be far more expensive than Edwards, who has improved and grown tremendously over the last season.

Following J.K. Dobbins’ season-ending Achilles tear in Week 1, Edwards managed to amass 810 yards and 13 touchdowns. The Cowboys have been lacking a physical back like him since they cut Ezekiel Elliott during the previous offseason. Edwards’ estimated market value is only about $4.5 million annually, according to Spotrac.com. That will be within most NFL teams’ off-season budgets.

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