The list of Ravens who are set to become unrestricted free agents next week has been reduced from 11 to nine this week -- kicker Justin Tucker was given the franchise tag, and linebacker Albert McClellan will be re-signed to a multiyear deal, according to the Baltimore Sun.
What is the likelihood that other pending free agents return to the team?
Here are the nine other unrestricted free agents who are set to hit the open market when the new league year begins March 9, along with our unofficial chances of them returning to the Ravens next season:
LB Chris Carter -- 10 percent
Depending on Terrell Suggs' recovery and the Ravens draft class, the Ravens still might need some depth at linebacker. If they do, and Carter is still looking for work this summer, he could get a call.
QB Jimmy Clausen - 20 percent
While Joe Flacco is on the mend this spring and summer, the Ravens need some arms for OTAs and camp. And if Flacco has any setback, Clausen is a known commodity for offensive coordinator Marc Trestman, but would be at best the No. 3 option behind Flacco and Ryan Mallett.
LS Morgan Cox -- 60 percent
Will the Pro Bowl price Morgan Cox out of Baltimore? The Ravens would like to bring back their long snapper and keep 'The Wolfpack' together. They won't overpay, but they shouldn't need to.
WR Chris Givens -- 15 percent
Assuming Breshad Perriman ever gets on the field, the value of Givens drops off. And the return of all those injured receivers (Perriman, Steve Smith Sr., Michael Campanaro, Darren Waller) doesn't leave much room for Givens. If injuries continue to dog Perriman, Givens has a chance.
G Kelechi Osemele -- 25 percent
This is the one everyone is watching. The Ravens have made clear they have made an "aggressive" offer to keep their presumptive starting left tackle, but will it be enough? Osemele reportedly wants top money, and it only takes one team with a lot of cash on hand to make Osemele an offer he can't refuse and scuttle the Ravens plans.
TE Allen Reisner -- 25 percent
Two weeks ago, there didn't seem to be any room for another backup tight end. But that was before Nick Boyle was suspended and Ozzie Newsome said starter Crockett Gillmore would have having "some surgeries." Now, Reisner might get a callback after all.
QB Matt Schaub -- 0 percent
The Ravens have moved past Schaub and his pick-sixes.
LB Courtney Upshaw -- 40 percent
The Ravens would like to have Upshaw back, but they will set a price point and won't reach beyond that. With five sacks in four years, Upshaw isn't going to draw huge money on the open market, so maybe he stays within the Ravens budget. Again, though, as with Osemele, teams with more cap room will have more flexibility to make Upshaw an offer he will find hard to refuse.
CB Shareece Wright -- 65 percent
After a disastrous Ravens debut at San Francisco, Wright performed pretty well over the latter half of the season. Cornerback remains a major position of need, and Wright has said he wants to return and continue to play alongside his high school teammate, Jimmy Smith. The two sides will work something out.
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