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Posted 14 May 2024 - 11:29 AM

Ravens.com: Late Offseason Free Agents the Ravens May Consider

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Adrian Amos, Safety

"The Ravens were pretty far down the road of signing Amos last offseason before the New York Jets suddenly had an urgent need at safety after Chuck Clark went down with a season-ending injury. Amos chose to sign with the Jets, feeling like he'd get more playing time. He wound up getting released in early December and finished the season with the Houston Texans. The Baltimore native probably isn't a starter at this stage of his career, but the Ravens don't need one. They need a reliable veteran No. 3 or 4 safety to provide depth behind Kyle Hamilton and Marcus Williams and to play on special teams. You'd have to think the 31-year-old Amos would be intrigued by potentially finishing his career in his hometown, and he'd probably come cheap."

 

Dalvin Cook, Running back

"Cook's time with the Ravens last season was short-lived as he was active for just the two playoff games but saw action in only one of them. The 28-year-old is looking for an opportunity and is adamant that he has plenty of juice left. Derrick Henry and Justice Hill are entrenched as the Ravens' top two backs, but there are questions about the No. 3 spot. Keaton Mitchell's status for the start of the season is unclear after he had major knee surgery in December, and Rasheen Ali is a rookie fifth-round pick who is still recovering from a biceps injury. If the Ravens want to add experience and depth, Cook would be a logical choice."

 

 

Corey Davis, Wide receiver

"The 29-year-old abruptly retired last summer after an injury-plagued two seasons with the Jets. He applied for reinstatement two months ago, but there's been little noise about a potential landing spot. The Ravens did love Davis coming out of the 2017 draft when he went No. 5 to the Tennessee Titans. Davis is a big target (6-foot-3, 209 pounds) who would be an intriguing buy-low candidate if he was healthy again and in a good place mentally and physically."

 

Ryan Tannehill, Quarterback

"There has been no indication the Ravens are in the Tannehill or backup quarterback market. They have five quarterbacks on their roster as is, and team officials have said on multiple occasions they consider Josh Johnson to be the No. 2 behind Lamar Jackson. Rookie sixth-round pick Devin Leary projects as the No. 3. However, it would be hard to argue against the fact that Tannehill would be an upgrade over what the Ravens have as backup options. Tannehill lost his starting job last year in Tennessee to rookie Will Levis, but he's a former Pro Bowl selection who has thrown for nearly 35,000 yards in his career, succeeded in a run-first offense and won playoff games. Henry can also vouch for what a quality teammate the 35-year-old Tannehill is."

 

 
 
 

 






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