4. The Ravens could still sign Riley Reiff
Even after signing Morgan Moses, the Ravens still need to bolster their offensive tackle depth this offseason. A player like Riley Reiff makes a ton of sense if the Ravens are looking for an experienced, high-end swing tackle.
A first-round pick of the Detroit Lions in the 2012 NFL Draft, Reiff has spent time with the Lions, Minnesota Vikings, and most recently the Cincinnati Bengals serving as a solid albeit unspectacular starting offensive tackle.
Primarily a left tackle throughout his career, Reiff has experience playing right tackle as well and spent all of 2021 as the Bengals’ starter on the right side.
At 33-years-old, Reiff brings nearly 150 career games of experience and he’s still playing at a pretty respectable level. If anything, it’s surprising more teams aren’t looking to add him as a starter.
Reiff finished the 2021 season with a 67.3 Pro Football Focus grade that ranked 49th among all qualified offensive tackles. He’s a good player, and someone who would be a superb backup.
Ronnie Stanley’s health is a serious concern and the Ravens need someone who can fill it at left tackle in a pinch. Adding Reiff to a tackle room already featuring Morgan Moses and Ja’Wuan James would go a long way toward solidifying the team’s offensive line depth.