LB - BAL
Week 2 Outlook
OLD Tyus Bowser is re-signing with the Baltimore Ravens on a four-year, $22 million deal, according to NFL insider Adam Caplan.
Caplan notes that the deal carries $12 million in guaranteed money with incentives that could pay Bowser up to $27 million over the length of the contract. The 25-year-old former second round pick played in all 16 games for the Ravens last season while recording four tackles for loss, three interceptions, and two sacks.
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Tyus Bowser remained absent from practice with an undisclosed injury.
Bowser left practice Friday and is yet to return. The Ravens are expecting the 2017 second-round pick to take a leap in year two and the linebacker will need to get back on the field for that to happen. Bowser recorded 11 tackles, three sacks and one pick last year.
Baltimore Ravens reporter Jeff Zrebiec said linebacker Tyus Bowser left practice early on Friday with an undisclosed injury.
Zrebiec went out of his way to note the Ravens linebacker is playing well so far in camp and initial indications were Bowser's injury is not serious.