12. Khalil Dorsey, CB, Ravens
Khalil Dorsey is another former undrafted free agent who has had his NFL career hampered by injuries. Dorsey appeared in six games as a rookie and put together a strong showing this past summer.
Unfortunately, the injury bug struck and he spent the entire year on the injured reserve. Given how thin the Ravens are at cornerback, there’s an outside chance Dorsey could return. It’s more likely they add young bodies through the draft, however.
11. Latavius Murray, RB, Ravens
Following injuries to J.K. Dobbins, Gus Edwards, and Justice Hill, veteran Latavius Murray was brought in to provide some sense of stability to the running back position.
Murray would go on to lead the Ravens in rushing touchdowns (6) and finish third in rushing yards (501). With all three of the above players returning, however, don’t expect Murray to be back.
10. Pernell McPhee, OLB, Ravens
Pernell McPhee has enjoyed two relatively successful stints in Baltimore. The former fifth-round pick returned in 2019 and spent the next three years as a valuable part of the Ravens’ pass-rush rotation.
He’s seen his role dwindle, however, and he was mostly a nonfactor last season. McPhee is a strong candidate to retire this offseason, but even if he doesn’t, it’s hard to see him being re-signed.
9. Jimmy Smith, CB, Ravens
Another longtime Ravens player who could retire, Jimmy Smith has spent his entire 11-year NFL career in Baltimore. But at 33-years-old, he’s a shell of his former self.
Injuries have piled up and Smith has undoubtedly lost a few steps. If he doesn’t retire, there’s a chance the Ravens could bring him back as they have the last couple of years.