The Baltimore Ravens will enter the 2019 league year with at minimum $28 million in their war chest, in accordance to updated projections.

Following Friday’s announcement that the NFL and NFL Players Association had agreed to set the 2019 wage cap at $188.2 million, In excess of The Cap estimates that the Ravens have $18.6 million in room. As of Friday, that range offers Baltimore the 22nd-most cap room in the league.

Having said that, In excess of The Cap’s projections do not consider into account the trade that will send Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco to the Denver Broncos when the league year opens on March 13. Following the offer clears, Baltimore will have an estimated $28.37 million in cap room immediately after freeing up about $10 million on their books for 2019.

Even then, the Ravens’ cap room could expand amongst now and the get started of free of charge company. There is been chatter that safety Eric Weddle and cornerback Jimmy Smith could be cap casualties for Baltimore. Cutting the two veteran defenders would open up an additional $16 million.