Given the amount of important players they have on the free agency, is gonna be interesting how they manage that situation. Here are their FAs and their minimum salary for 2013: BAL 2013 Cap salary : $15.7 mill QB Joe Flacco - $715,000 RB Anthony Allen - $630,000 Damien Berry - $630,000 Bobby Rainey - $630,000 TE Ed Dickson (RFA) - $715,000 Dennis Pitta (RFA) - $715,000 Billy Bajema - $840,000 OT Ramon Harewood (RFA) - $630,000 Bryant McKinnie - $940,000 C Morgan Cox (RFA) - $715,000 DE Arthur Jones (RFA) - $715,000 Ryan McBean - $715,000 DT Bryan Hall (RFA) - $630,000 Ma'ake Kemoeatu - $940,000 LB Josh Bynes - $630,000 Albert McClellan - $630,000 Ricky Brown - $840,000 Dannell Ellerbe - $715,000 Paul Kruger - $715,000 CB Cary Williams - $715,000 Chris Johnson - $715,000 S Emanuel Cook (RFA) - $715,000 Sean Considine - $840,000 James Ihedigbo - $715,000 Ed Reed - $940,000 Retiring LB Ray Lewis C Matt Birk (not sure actually, many rumors around this one) These are only base minimum salaries, and do not include signing bonuses, roster bonuses or any other incentives. Ravens GM face a serious problem this offseason: - How can you keep Flacco, who will probably be one of the highest paid players in the NFL next year, plus signing Ellerbe, Kruger, Pitta, Dickson, Reed, Williams and McKinnie, all of them being key for this team to make a succesful SB run this year? - If you can't keep them, where will you find a cheap replacement? My answer to the original question is no. With Flacco getting somewhere around 16-18 mill a year, there is no cap for a balanced team. Reed and Williams will probably go, and they won't keep Pitta, Ellerbe and Kruger happy with cheap contracts.