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About Brian McFarland

Known on Ravens Message Boards as "B-more Ravor", Brian is a life-long Baltimorean and an avid fan of the Ravens and all Baltimore sports.  A PSL holder since 1998, Brian has garnered a reputation as a cap-guru because of his strange (actually warped) desire to wade through the intricacies of the NFL's salary cap and actually make sense of it for those of us who view it as inviting as IRS Tax Code.      Brian, who hails from Catonsville, MD and still resides there, is married and has two children.

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More restructures reduce potential Exclusive Tag cost for Flacco

Salary Cap More restructures reduce potential Exclusive Tag cost for Flacco
Brian McFarland

Last week, Patriots QB Tom Brady restructured his contract to lower his 2013 Salary Cap number in order to help his team create some additional Salary Cap space... Read More

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2+ Comments Ravenwoman says If a deal is not reached by Monday afternoon, I don't see how the Ravens would gamble and place anything else but the exclusive tag. This is no time to go chea
SALARY CAP: Tom Brady’s new deal could help Ravens but hurt Flacco

Salary Cap SALARY CAP: Tom Brady’s new deal could help Ravens but hurt Flacco
Brian McFarland

With reports circulating that Patriots QB Tom Brady has agreed to a contract extension that will lower his 2013 Cap number, the big question for Ravens fans is ... Read More

Posted in Salary Cap
2+ Comments Brian says Mathgeek - The non-exclusive and exclusive tags are calculated differently. The non-exclusive tag is the average of the top 5 salaries at the position over the
What’s the difference between Exclusive & Non-Exclusive Franchise Tags?

Salary Cap What’s the difference between Exclusive & Non-Exclusive Franchise Tags?
Brian McFarland

This week has been consumed by the question of whether the Ravens will be able to re-sign QB Joe Flacco to a long-term contract or whether they will be forced t... Read More

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5+ Comments Greg says Paying $19M for Flacco is not overpaying. I'll even exclude all previous years for those that would say "but our D took us to the playoffs" and focus on the ye

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