The Ravens have often been mentioned as the team most needed to add to the receiver position this offseason. This includes that the team is still being identified as a landing place for one of the experienced in the free agent market.
Such speculation is not surprising given the current state of the team’s WR room. Four wideout comfort slots on the 53-man roster led by 2021 first-rounder Rashod Bateman. She likes Devin Duverne, James Proche And Tylan WallaceHowever, the NFL lacks experience and track record of professional success Especially in the absence Marquis BrownSome kind of addition has been widely expected since the draft
Outside of free agency, business represents another way through which Ravens can make an established pass-catcher. In that regard, Jeff Zrebek of The Athletic commented that it was an all-but-guaranteed general manager. Eric DiCosta “Talked to team about acquiring a receiver” (subscription required). A blockbuster deal involving such a Brown is unlikely, though, due to the team’s rare pay cap space and run-heavy offense.
Assuming no big steps will be taken in the coming weeks, Zrebiec has named Proche as the best-placed wideout to see an increased workload. When Bateman lined up to take the No. 1 receiver role, and the All-Pro tight ended Mark Andrews Seeing a healthy target share, 2020 could be the line for a starting spot in the sixth round. He has received a total of 17 receptions so far, but has produced substantially in his college career at SMU.
The player has been given his track record in swaps (recently from Brown) Orlando Brown Jr. In the last offseason), DiCosta would be a little surprised at the moment to make a trade for another wideout. Even if that happens, however, the entire training camp and at the start of the season will be there to view the position.