Ravens 2024 free-agent tracker: All the players signed, re-signed or lost, including Derrick Henry and Patrick Queen

OWINGS MILLS — The Ravens are having a busy offseason, adding and subtracting players in the free-agent market.

Here is a breakdown of all of their moves:

Players signed or re-signed

  • Defensive tackle Justin Madubuike: Re-signed to a four-year contract extension on Friday. The deal reportedly is worth $98 million over four years, but the first-year salary cap number will be about $11 million. Last season, Madubuike, 26, started all 17 games for the Ravens, producing career highs in tackles (56), sacks (13), tackles for loss (12), quarterback hits (33) and forced fumbles (2), en route to earning his first Pro Bowl honors and second-team All-Pro honors.
  • Inside linebacker Malik Harrison: Re-signed to a one-year deal. Financial terms have not been released. Harrison appeared in 14 games with eight starts, finishing with 17 tackles and one quarterback hit last season. He also provides valuable depth at inside linebacker and embraces the Ravens’ aggressive style of play.
  • Running back Derrick Henry has agreed to a two-year, $16 million contract worth up to $20 million, including $9 million fully guaranteed in the first year, according to ESPN insider Adam Schefter. Henry has rushed for 1,000 yards in five of his last six seasons. The only 1,000-yard rusher the Ravens had during that time was Mark Ingram in 2019.
  • Defensive back Ar’Darius Washington agreed to a one-year exclusive rights free agent tender of $1.1 million. Washington will be a restricted free agent after next season.
  • Defensive end Brent Urban agreed to a one-year deal. Urban was a Ravens fourth-round pick in 2014, remained with the team until 2018, and then returned in 2022. Last season, Urban played in 17 regular-season games, finishing with 22 tackles and three sacks.
  • Quarterback Josh Johnson agreed to a one-year deal. Financial terms were not disclosed. Johnson was the third-string quarterback last season.

Players lost to free agency

  • Safety Geno Stone, who finished second in the NFL with seven interceptions, signed with division rival Cincinnati. The deal is reportedly worth $15 million over two years. Stone was behind Kyle Hamilton and Marcus Williams on the Ravens’ depth chart, and he will be a starter in Cincinnati.
  • Running back Gus Edwards is headed to coach Jim Harbaugh’s Los Angeles Chargers on a two-year deal, $6.5 million deal. Edwards will be reunited with Greg Roman, who was his offensive coordinator in Baltimore from 2019 to 2022. Edwards had his most productive seasons as a pro, running for 1,867 yards and 11 touchdowns over 41 games, under Roman, who was hired by Jim Harbaugh as the offensive coordinator in Los Angeles.
  • Returner and wide receiver Devin Duvernay signed a two-year, $8.5 million deal with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Duvernay was a 2020 third-round pick by the Ravens. He was named to the Pro Bowl in 2021 and 2022. Tylan Wallace will likely take over Duvernay’s role as the Ravens’ primary returner.
  • Cornerback Ronald Darby leaves the Ravens for a two-year, $10 million deal with Jacksonville. With Marlon Humphrey battling various injuries, Darby played a key role in the Ravens’ secondary and was lauded by coach John Harbaugh for his performance. He played in all 17 regular-season games with eight starts, finishing with 25 tackles, one quarterback hit, and five passes defensed.
  • Left Guard John Simpson signed a two-year deal reportedly worth up to $18 million with the New York Jets. His eight sacks allowed was the second most on the Ravens, but he played a team-high 1,159 snaps. Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu is behind Simpson on the Ravens’ depth chart.
  • Inside linebacker Del’Shawn Phillips is headed to the Texans on a one-year deal. Financial terms have not been disclosed. Phillps appeared in all 17 regular-season games and finished with 24 tackles last season and was a key player on special teams.
  • Inside linebacker Patrick Queen will sign a three-year, $41 million contract with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Queen earned his first trip to the Pro Bowl this past season but the Ravens could not afford his market value with fellow inside linebacker Roquan Smith’s five-year, $100 million deal on the books. Second-year player Trenton Simpson is expected to step into the starting role in place of Queen. 
  • Long snapper Tyler Ott has agreed to a three-year deal with the Washington Commanders. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.  Ott played in 17 regular-season games for the Ravens last year and will likely be replaced by a free agent.
  • Wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. was officially released. Beckham signed a one-year deal worth up to $18 million last offseason. He finished with 35 catches for 565 yards and three touchdowns.

Other moves

  • Outside linebacker Tyus Bowser was released, which will create $5.5 million in salary cap space, according to the Athletic’s Jeff Zrebiec.
  • Right tackle Morgan Moses was traded to the New York Jets and a fourth-round draft pick. In return, the Ravens will receive the Jets’ fourth-round pick (No. 112) and a sixth-round pick (No. 218).

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