4. The Ravens could sign Jermaine Eluemunor
This will be the only non-pass-rusher on this list, just as a fair warning. The Ravens hardly have a gaping hole on their offensive line, and the starting five seem pretty set.
Ronnie Stanley will return from injury and look to pick up where he left off. Third-round pick Ben Cleveland is the favorite to start at left guard while Bradley Bozeman slides over to center. Kevin Zeitler and Alejandro Villaneuva will man the right side of the line.
All five starting spots are set. But what about the depth behind them?
Baltimore’s interior depth is pretty strong with the likes of Ben Powers, Ben Bradeson, and Patrick Mekari serving as the primary backups. But they’re fairly thin at tackle.
The current swing tackle is Tyre Phillips, a fourth-round pick who struggled mightily when thrust into a starting role at guard last season. Phillips has guard/tackle versatility, but the Ravens could use an upgrade.
Jermaine Eluemunor is a veteran free agent who would likely serve as an upgrade over Phillips while giving the team a true swing tackle who could back up Stanley and Villanueva.
Eluemunor started eight games at right tackle for the New England Patriots last season, and he finished with a very respectable 68.0 Pro Football Focus grade — considerably better than Phillips’ 47.3 grade.
Like Phillips, Eluemunor has experience playing both guard and tackle and would provide much-needed tackle depth to the Ravens’ offensive line.
While not a pressing need, Jermaine Eluemunor would be a worthwhile addition for cheap.