J. Lewis would rework contract

J. Lewis would rework contract

There are 4 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Feb 23, 2007, titled J. Lewis would rework contract. In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

After allowing linebacker Adalius Thomas to hit the free-agent market, the Ravens are looking to keep running back Jamal Lewis from reaching it.

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PConway

Elkton, MD

#1 Feb 24, 2007
Let Jamal go. If we are looking to the future as the Ravens indicated in the Thomas situation, then there are running backs out there either through the draft or free agency that could average what Lewis has averaged over the last few years. Having $8.3 million in cap space should be an incentive.
Scott

Baltimore, MD

#2 Feb 24, 2007
We should have let go Jamal Lewis and saved the cap room and resigned A.Thomas. Then drafted a RB.

Jamal is not worth that money and isn't a top 15 back anymore.
Rough Season 4 the Ravens

Marietta, GA

#3 Feb 26, 2007
It is time to part ways with Jamal. He was good and productive but, for the Ravens to make a run at the Super Bowl we need new life. Rhodes seems to be the best fit for our offense. He its the holes, catches passes and has quicknes. Group that with Anderson and the Ravens will be headed back to big dance. Thomas Jones would be that bad either, he doesn't hesitate going through the hole but, he does have a tendancy to skip or hop when making a decision which in this leage means a LB in your face instead of clear open space
The Ravens hold on too long. I dislike New England for the way that they let players go BUT.... I really don't need to say any more. Three rings says that the, "business first therory" is the right one.
Sticking with Boller 2 to many years cost us vaulable years. Our vets are getting up there and it is time to put it all in or Paitriotize things. [email protected]
from a coma

Baltimore, MD

#4 Oct 2, 2008
PConway wrote:
Let Jamal go. If we are looking to the future as the Ravens indicated in the Thomas situation, then there are running backs out there either through the draft or free agency that could average what Lewis has averaged over the last few years. Having $8.3 million in cap space should be an incentive.
naw, we should keep him.

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