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Daniel Jeremiah, NFL.com
This roster has seen a lot of turnover over the past two offseasons, but I believe the Ravens will enter this draft with a simple thought in mind: getting Joe Flacco back on track. Year 1 of Flacco’s $120 million contract certainly didn’t go as planned, as the signal-caller posted a career low in quarterback rating (73.1) and a career high in interceptions (22). Baltimore needs the guy who led this franchise to its second Lombardi Trophy with an 11:0 touchdown-to-interception ratio in the 2012 playoffs. Additionally, the Ravens will look to shore up a few holes on the defensive side of the ball.
Shehan Peiris, Bleacher Report
The Ravens no longer need to worry about their left tackle position after locking up Eugene Monroe for the next five years, but right tackle is another story. While there are a few cheap right tackle options on the free-agent market, Baltimore would be best served drafting a great, young prospect early in the draft.
With the top three tackles (Greg Robinson, Jake Matthews and Taylor Lewan) likely off of the board at this point, the fourth tackle on everybody’s board is Zack Martin, and he’s the pick here.
Aaron Wilson, Baltimore Sun
Veteran free agent tight end Ed Dickson has been offered a contract to return to the Ravens, according to a source.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have also offered Dickson a contract.
Dickson has drawn interest from other NFL teams, including the Buffalo Bills, who re-signed tight end Scott Chandler after the start of free agency, the New York Jets and the New York Giants.
The Ravens re-signed tight end Dennis Pitta to a five-year, $32 million contract prior to free agency. Pitta and former Maryland tight end Matt Furstenburg are the only tight ends on the current offseason roster, so the team needs depth at the position.