Rams cornerback Marcus Peters is entering the last year of his deal and could get a big payday in light of the contract given to Miami's Xavien Howard. With Peters likely in line for a big contract, Baltimore could end up getting a third-round pick back for Peters in the end. That, and a half-season of Peters, is worth dealing a backup linebacker. The Baltimore Ravens have seen how much cornerback Marcus Peters has meant to their defense and rewarded him for it Saturday. Ravens and Pro Bowl CB Marcus Peters agreed to 3-year, $42 million extension that includes $32 million guaranteed, which is 76 percent of total contract, per source. The Rams saved nearly $5 million in cap space by trading Marcus Peters and adding both Kenny ... Austin Corbett trades impact Rams salary cap. The NFL trade deadline might not be for a couple more weeks but the Baltimore Ravens got an early start.
Considering all of the above, the Cap numbers for Marcus Peters new contract are: • 2020: $15M • 2021: $13,468,118 • 2022: $12M Notes • This deal has a very flat structure to help reduce potential dead money in future, but also allows for restructuring if needed. The team announced that they have given Peters a contract … Marcus Peters' contract extension, announced Saturday night, shouldn't have come as a surprise. The Ravens traded for cornerback Marcus Peters, sending the Los Angeles Rams linebacker Kenny Young and a 2020 fifth-round pick in exchange.But the move didn’t just cost Baltimore a player and some draft equity, they took a ding to their salary cap by taking on Peters’ contract. Cornerback Marcus Peters said he was surprised by Tuesday's trade from the Los Angeles Rams to the Baltimore Ravens but left "with his head held high."