The Baltimore Ravens have some question marks with guys set to leave the team. Are there replacements in place or do they need to be addressed?
When you have a team as good as the Baltimore Ravens you’re bound to have your roster dissected at every possible moment. The Ravens are used to losing key players every offseason, but the 2020 offseason looks to be their most difficult yet.
Baltimore is already hurt by the loss of Marshal Yanda to retirement, but there are some other key players set to hit the 2020 NFL Free Agency market in guys like Matt Judon (a franchise tag candidate), Patrick Onwuasor, Michael Pierce, and Jimmy Smith. Losing any combination of these players will hurt the Ravens significantly, let alone if they all depart.
In a worst-case scenario, where all these guys are goners, I’ve laid out some success plans to follow. There are three different candidates for each potential loss in the forms of current players on the roster, Free Agency options, and 2020 NFL Draft prospects.
We can trust the Ravens to come up with ways to replace these guys in a variety of different ways, but these are the scenarios I would personally bet on.