The Carroll County Times reports free agent LT Eugene Monroe is seeking $10 million per year.
A source tells the Carroll County Times that the Ravens and free agent LT Eugene Monroe are "nowhere close" to a deal.
The Miami Herald's Armando Salguero believes Eugene Monroe will be the Dolphins' first choice at left tackle if he reaches free agency.
The Ravens didn't use the franchise tag on free agent LT Eugene Monroe by Monday afternoon's deadline.
A source tells the Baltimore Sun that the Ravens and free agent LT Eugene Monroe are "far apart" in contract negotiations.
The Baltimore Sun reports the Ravens are not expected to franchise tag free agent LT Eugene Monroe.
The Baltimore Sun reports the Ravens are engaged in "active talks" with free agents Eugene Monroe and Dennis Pitta, but that no deals are imminent.
The Miami Herald reports the Dolphins "very much like" free agent LT Eugene Monroe, and plan to pursue him if he reaches the open market.
Free agent LT Eugene Monroe said he's not open to giving the Ravens any sort of hometown discount.
The Baltimore Sun reports free agent LT Eugene Monroe remains a priority for the Ravens.
CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports the Ravens intend to sign LT Eugene Monroe to a contract extension before he hits free agency.
Eugene Monroe is expected to start at left tackle for the Ravens on Sunday against the Packers.
Ravens LT Eugene Monroe is inactive for Sunday's Week 5 game against the Dolphins.
The Jags will get 2014 fourth- and fifth-round picks from the Ravens in exchange for Eugene Monroe.