Ranking the Baltimore Ravens unrestricted free agents in 3 tiers
Say Goodbye tier:
This is an example of like the player, but don’t like the price. Matt Judon isn’t a bad player and he’s going to be paid this offseason. Judon was always a promising pass rusher but he never got to 10 sacks. Judon is going to be more around the $16 million a year marker probably. The Ravens need pass rush more than anything, so they’ll prioritize Ngakoue.
This one isn’t complicated. Willie Snead doesn’t offer enough to re-sign him this offseason. He’s a solid possession receiver. The longer the Ravens keep him though the more it limits the growth of Devin Duvernay and James Proche. These players are on rookie contracts, have similar skill sets, and have way more upside.
If the Ravens aren’t going to let James Proche play receiver, they should at least let him be the new Chris Moore on special teams. Moore should be paid like a special team ace. It’s not going to break the bank and its money that is deserved. Moore will always find work on an NFL roster, it’s just time for the Ravens to move on.
At the beginning of the last season, could you imagine the Ravens willing to let Matt Skura go? Nope. Bad snaps at bad times will change things. Even if Skura never has a bad snap again, you have to think that the Ravens can draft an equivalent talent. Other than Gino Gradkowski, when have the Ravens really missed on a center in the draft? The Ravens got what they needed out of Skura and it’s time to go to the next.
I don’t even have to explain this one. Everyone already agrees with me. Fluker was that bad. The Ravens need more depth on the offensive line, Fluker just cannot be involved.