Whether it was Steve Smith, Steve McNair, Willis McGahee, Michael Crabtree or countless others, the Baltimore Ravens have long been known as a team known to pass on the higher priced free agents and a group unwilling to trade draft choices to move up for elite prospects, instead choosing to find lower cost veteran free agents to help their team. True to form, they swooped in today and signed veteran running back Mark Ingram, formerly of the Saints, to a three-year, $15 million contract. The move fills a massive hole at the position and costs them about $37 million less than it would have had they chosen to sign Le’Veon Bell instead. The move has far reaching dynasty impact, so let’s cover the players involved.
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