Ravens franchise player Justin Tucker's agent confirms he won't re-sign in 2017 if the sides can't reach a long-term deal by Friday's deadline.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Ravens franchise player Justin Tucker has grown "so frustrated" in talks that he's "vowing" not to re-sign in 2017 if a deal isn't reached by Friday's deadline.
The Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec reports the Ravens are optimistic they will reach a long-term deal with K Justin Tucker before the July 15 deadline.
Ravens franchise-tagged K Justin Tucker said signing a contract extension is "a matter of when, not if."
Ravens signed franchise player K Justin Tucker to a one-year, $4.5 million contract.
Ravens assigned the franchise tag to K Justin Tucker.
Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome said he plans to franchise tag Justin Tucker if a deal isn't reached before the March 1 deadline.
The Ravens are expected to use the franchise tag on K Justin Tucker if a long-term agreement cannot be reached before March 1.
Speaking Thursday, GM Ozzie Newsome hinted the Ravens might use the franchise tag on impending free agent K Justin Tucker.
Impending free agent K Justin Tucker said the Ravens and his agent have been in negotiations for "the better part of a year."
Ravens contract-year K Justin Tucker is expected to command at least $9 million guaranteed on his next contract.
ESPN’s Jamison Hensley expects contract-year K Justin Tucker to command in excess of $3 million annually.
Ravens signed K Justin Tucker to a one-year, $2.356 million contract.
Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti said restricted free agent K Justin Tucker remains a candidate for an extension.