The Ravens have made it clear that wide receiver Torrey Smith is going to be a priority for a long-term contract extension.

During the NFL owners meetings, coach John Harbaugh said that he wants both Smith and cornerback Jimmy Smith to play for the Ravens for a long time.

That's a mutual goal for the Ravens and Torrey Smith, a former University of Maryland standout.

"Everybody knows I want to be in Baltimore for the long haul," Smith said during a Wednesday conference call to promote his upcoming charity basketball game Saturday at Comcast Center. "Even when my playing days are long gone, I'll still be here. It's something I'm looking forward to. I'm pretty sure and hopeful that it will be able to happen one day. It's a business. I'm not losing any sleep wondering what's going to happen contractually."

Smith is entering the final year of his four-year, $3.399 million rookie contract that includes $1.727 million in guaranteed money and was signed in 2011 when he was drafted in the second round.

Smith is due a nonguaranteed $837,168 base salary this season, and the Ravens would like to give the 25-year-old a significant raise and lock him up contractually for the next several years.