Here are the five things the Ravens have done that will help their team the most in 2016.
The Baltimore Ravens look forward to the 2016 season. This is an organization that cannot wait to get rid of bad taste of a 5-11 season. The Ravens have been as active as any team in the NFL this off-season. You can say a lot of things about the Ravens, but you cannot say they’re not trying.
The Ravens are usually the quietest team in NFL Free Agency, but they made moves quickly this year. They started the off-season with no cap space whatsoever. They made thrifty moves and salvaged all the cap space they could afford. They then signed players at key areas of need. This is the mark of a team that will no go quietly into mediocrity.
Next the Ravens turned their attention to the draft. While you can question them for passing on some premium talent; the Ravens got a lot of help. They got depth at positions that were lacking it last season. The Ravens got talented players with each of their picks. With that in mind, here are the 5 problems the Ravens tried to address this off-season. Are the biggest roster wounds healed?
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