They also have a lot of running back depth, and on Tuesday they loosened things up a little on both fronts by releasing Danny Woodhead. They've also declined to pick up the option on starting right tackle Austin Howard, sources confirmed to ESPN.
A third-round draft pick out of Nicholls State in 2009, Webb played nine seasons with the Ravens, appearing in 127 regular-season games, with 85 starts. Baltimore never really figured out how to properly use Woodhead, and part of that problem traces back to the hamstring injury that kept him sidelined for most of the first half of the season. Known primarily for his work out of the backfield as a receiver, Woodhead caught 33 passes for 200 yards last season. But Webb's role was diminished once cornerback Maurice Canady returned from injured reserve; Webb averaged seven defensive snaps throughout the final four games of the season. He didn't return until November 19.
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If both Howard and Woodhead don't find many suitors in free agency, there's a good chance both could return.
Like Woodhead, Howard is gone after one season with Baltimore. Hurst could stay at left guard, where he developed into a solid starter this year, with Lewis sliding out to right tackle, or Hurst could move to right tackle. Howard did an admirable job replacing Rick Wagner, but he ultimately proved to be a one-year stop gap at right tackle. Woodhead had signed a three-year deal to join the Ravens in September 2017, but he will reportedly be released for salary cap purposes.
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Woodhead spent just one season with the Ravens after signing a three-year deal.
The Ravens entered this week ranking among the teams with the least amount of cap room. He is under contract through 2019, but the team would clear $3 million in cap space if he is cut.
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