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sakidbet  Gino Stone hopes to continue playing with the Baltimore Ravens, but is open to a new start with another franchise as well. sakidbet 

Gino Stone hopes to stay with the Baltimore Ravens next season. Before the 24-year-old safety becomes a free agent in mid-March, According to a report from NFL Network on Wednesday.  ( sakidbet

Stone entered the league as a seventh-round draft pick in the 2020 class, but played a role only as a practice squad player. He was released from the team in December and signed with the Houston Texans afterward, but he did not play there. and returns to Baltimore in 2021 playing as a reserve and special teams. He will start to play a bigger role in 2022, starting seven times and emerging as a key player last year with 11 starts, making 68 tackles, seven interceptions and nine pass deflections. 

“At the end of the day, Baltimore is always home, but business is business,” Stone told NFL Network’s Patrick Claybon. ‘Do you know what it’s like to be in the league this long? I’ve been through it all. Especially my rookie year. I just want to be in my favorite place. You know who wants me and wants me to be the real deal. Whatever it is I just want my values ​​to be there.’

Over the past four seasons, Stone has earned a total of just over $5 million. And when heading to the free agent market He has a chance to earn more money after becoming another prominent free agent on the market. Due to the excellent performance of the Ravens’ defensive game under the direction of Mike McDonald, who has moved to the position of current head coach of the Seattle Seahawks.

The Ravens have several key defensive players entering the free agent market like Justin Madubuyki, Jadeveon Clowney, Patrick Queen, Gino S. Ton and others, the front office tries to prioritize each free agent to consider bringing back to sign again.