Ravens roster: Ranking the candidates for the No. 4 WR job
By Justin Fried
The Baltimore Ravens are set to have a number of interesting roster battles this summer. But one of the more overlooked ones will come at wide receiver.
No, none of the top three wide receiver roles are up for debate. The likes of Marquise Brown, Rashod Bateman, and Sammy Watkins will be the default starting trio for Baltimore’s offense.
But after them, things get a little interesting.
There are realistically four players who have a chance to solidify themselves as the No. 4 wide receiver going into the 2021 season. But not all four of them have as good of odds to actually win the competition.
The wide receiver position always seems to be a constant source of discussion with the Ravens and this year is no different.
Even after the team bolstered the position by adding players like Bateman and Watkins in the offseason, Baltimore’s wide receivers have still dominated spring headlines.
From Brown’s continued progression to Watkins’ strong minicamp to Bateman’s excellent first impression, the Ravens’ wide receivers have been in the news throughout the spring.
Expect that to continue as training camp grows nearer.
With the No. 4 wide receiver job up for grabs, we rank the four possible candidates in order of how likely they are to win the job.