Josina Anderson reports Todd Gurley leaves Baltimore without deal

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The Baltimore Ravens made headlines on Thursday as it was reported by Ian Rapoport of NFL Network that the team was bringing in former first-round pick Todd Gurley for a visit. If added, the running back would be a great addition to an already strong group of runners. However Josina Anderson reported that although Gurley had a good meeting with Baltimore, he left town without a deal.

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If Anderson’s source is right about Gurley looking for the best offer, it wouldn’t be surprising to see the running back sign elsewhere. The Ravens have just under $11 million in cap space, and with the team already having three good running backs on their roster, entering a bidding war for another when they have other needs might not be something that they want to do.

Gurley would most likely battle with Justice Hill for the third running back spot on Baltimore’s roster if signed. It remains to be seen where the six-year veteran will end up, but it seems like the two parties have each other on their radars.