2. The Ravens could target Jason Peters in free agency
It’s truly miraculous that Jason Peters is still playing at the level he is at the age of 40. The future Hall of Famer spent the 2021 season in Chicago starting 15 games while serving as the blindside protector for rookie Justin Fields.
Peters is one of the most accomplished offensive linemen still playing today and, even at his age, could be a worthwhile addition for relatively cheap.
The Ravens are looking for insurance behind Ronnie Stanley and Peters would give them a reliable, experienced player who could instantly step in as a very good left tackle.
On top of that, he could compete for reps at right tackle if need be, and joining the Ravens would allow him to close out his career with a potential contender. A win-win.
1. The Ravens could target Morgan Moses in free agency
The Ravens are looking for a new right tackle this offseason, and given the budget they’re operating with, they might not find a better bang-for-your-buck target than Morgan Moses.
The 31-year-old Moses was signed by the New York Jets in July of last year, and he went on to serve as a rock-solid starting right tackle over the course of the 2021 season.
Moses has been the model of stability and durability throughout his career having not missed a single game since his rookie 2014 season. That level of toughness and consistency is nearly impossible to find in today’s NFL.
Spotrac projects Moses’ market value at a very reasonable three years, $23 million. That’s a bargain for a player who would immediately provide stability to a position that was more or less a mess in 2021.