Two priorities that are on the Ravens' radar at this time are trying to get deals with Eugene Monroe and Daryl Smith.
Monroe could be dicey, given the two sides aren't close to an agreement at this time. If talks stall with Monroe, then perhaps the Ravens ramp up talks with Smith before he hits the market.
Toward the end of Dennis Pitta's press conference on Wednesday, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said the team has sent out offers to their upcoming free agents.
From there, it remains to be seen how it will play out.
"We've got offers out to all of those guys — aggressive offers — and I know that [general manager/executive vice president] Ozzie [Newsome] and [senior vice president of football administration] Pat [Moriarty] are dealing with their agents," Harbaugh told reporters at the Pitta presser. "They're getting a little tired of phone calls from me — I go down and see Pat like four times a day. ‘Have you heard anything? Have you heard anything?'
"So, they're working very hard at it, and hopefully something will happen here before Tuesday. And if things don't happen before Tuesday, then we're going to have to build a team the way we build it in other directions. But we're working really hard to get that done right now. We want to keep our guys, and we want our guys to be here just like Dennis. We want to keep those guys."