Adding one player from every team to the Baltimore Ravens
Buffalo Bills: Ed Oliver
I had Ed Oliver as the best player available in the 2019 NFL Draft after a masterful three seasons at Houston and the Bills landed him with the ninth pick. Oliver was just as terrific for Buffalo as a rookie, recording 43 tackles and five sacks. Oliver sure would look good in purple and black…
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Miami Dolphins: DeVante Parker
It took five seasons, but it looks like DeVante Parker has finally achieved his level of talent that made him the 14th overall pick back in 2015. Parker is one of the NFL’s best deep-threats with imposing size (6’3″ 216-lbs.) that makes him a well-rounded target. Lamar Jackson would have a field day throwing to this dude.
New England Patriots: Shaq Mason
There are better players on the Patriots, but Shaq Mason is criminally underrated, as he’s one of the better guards in the league. He’s a mean dude in the run game, so the Ravens would love to add him to their offensive line. He’s a plug-and-play mauler.
New York Jets: Le’Veon Bell
With Jamal Adams now a Seattle Seahawk, there remain few good players left on the Jets roster. C.J. Mosley will be the popular pick among fans for a variety of reasons, I’m taking do-it-all runner Le’Veon Bell. Bell is still one of the league’s best talents at running back as both a runner and a receiver. He’d put up gaudy numbers in this Baltimore Ravens offense.