Pernell McPhee is one of a few Ravens outside linebackers set to become a free agent on the seventeenth. However, in the wake of expenditure four seasons somewhere else, McPhee needs to remain right where he is.
After he was chosen in the fifth round of the 2011 draft, McPhee went through the initial four years of his profession in Baltimore, recording 17.0 sacks and winning Super Bowl XLVII.
McPhee at that point marked a five-year manage the Bears, however was delivered after three seasons. He additionally went through a year with Washington prior to getting back to Baltimore in 2019. McPhee re-endorsed on a one-year bargain for 2020 and had his best season in years, playing 15 games with 13 beginnings. He likewise had seven complete tackles, a sack, and a tackle for misfortune in Baltimore’s two playoff games.
“I think I had a good season on film, but on the stat sheet, I wish I could’ve finished more plays,” McPhee said, via Clifton Brown of the Ravens’ website. “I’ve never been a big stat guy, but I’d like to get my numbers up. I’ve got to get more than three sacks. I’ve got to get at least five or six. I want my quarterback hits up. That’s one of my offseason goals, to try to figure out how to get those numbers back up.
“I feel great. I finished the playoffs with my body feeling great. Actually, the playoffs were the best I felt all year and I think it showed on film.”
McPhee just turned 32 in December, yet feels he has a lot of left to give as he enters the eleventh period of his vocation.
“Of course, the plan is to come back to Baltimore and continue to play some ball, help win a championship and build a dynasty,” McPhee said. “That’s the goal. Myself and my agent haven’t really talked about it yet. I’ve been chilling, taking care of my body. I’ll think about things, but my thought is really just on coming back.”