These four destinations are among the most likely landing spots: New England Patriots Cap space: $62.2 million NESN.com’s Doug Kyed reported Tuesday that in regards to a potential Patriots return “everything is on the table. It’s pretty simple to see the benefits for both parties. The Patriots would bring back a versatile defender who thrived in their system.
It seems reports of the Baltimore Ravens and Lamar Jackson not being close in contact talks were premature given the two sides have reportedly not discussed a long-term extension. "I've actually heard they haven't started yet. I don't believe they've actually started yet," NFL Network's Ian Rapoport said on the Pat McAfee Show.
Even though the Baltimore Ravens haven't gotten much production out of their wide receivers in the past two seasons, they reportedly aren't going to be in the market for the top two free agents at the position this offseason. Per ESPN's Jamison Hensley, the Ravens aren't expected to pursue Allen Robinson or Kenny Golladay when free agency begins on March 17. Hensley did note that Baltimore could go after some of the second-tier wideouts, like Corey Davis or Sammy Watkins.