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Baltimore Ravens Offseason - By the Numbers

Pat Moriarty, Ravens Senior VP of Football Administration
Pat Moriarty, Ravens Senior VP of Football Administration
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

With the Baltimore Ravens preparing for the entire 2016 offseason as we speak, here are some crucial numbers that will play a huge role into how the organization will look during the 2016 regular season and beyond.

4- Number of restricted free agents for the Ravens (Kamar Aiken, Brynden Trawick, Marlon Brown, Chase Ford)

#6 - The Ravens first round draft pick, the highest slot they have had since 2000

6 - Total number of current draft picks for the Ravens (#6, #36, #70, #101, #127, #164) before the compensatory picks are awarded (expected to receive three comp picks, #134, #135, #185)

11 - Number of upcoming unrestricted free agents (Kelechi Osemele, Justin Tucker, Courtney Upshaw, Matt Schaub, Jimmy Clausen, Albert McClellan, Shareece Wright, Chris Givens, Morgan Cox, Chris Carter, Allen Resiner)

11 - Number of exclusive rights free agents (Konrad Reuland, Terrance West, Chris Matthews, Jumal Rolle, Ryan Jensen, Daniel Brown, De'Ondre Wesley, Terrence Magee, Jermaine Whitehead, Jeremy Butler, Sheldon Price)

44 - Number of players on the current roster who are under contract or team control beyond the 2016 season (before the 2016 draft class)

56 - Number of players currently under contract for the 2016 season (including practice squad and futures contracts)

$210,358 - Dead money that counts towards the Ravens cap before 2016 offseason maneuvering (2nd least in the league)

$6,310,966 - Estimated current cap space for the Ravens with a $155 million cap (0.67% of the $936,627,987 in total available cap space for the entire NFL)

$86,860,882 - Combined 2016 cap hits for the Ravens 8 highest paid players, accounting for 56% of the $155 million cap (Joe Flacco $28.6M, Lardarius Webb $10M, Jimmy Smith $9.6M, Eugene Monroe $8.7M, Marshal Yanda $8M, Terrell Suggs $7.5M, Elvis Dumervil $7.4M, Dennis Pitta $7.2M)