8. L.J. Fort, LB, Ravens
L.J. Fort was the first of many notable Ravens players to suffer a season-ending injury last summer when he went down with a torn ACL in the preseason.
Fort is a solid veteran linebacker and an excellent special-teamer. Given how thin the Ravens are at both of those spots, he could be re-signed. It all comes down to his price tag and health.
7. Devonta Freeman, RB, Ravens
Much like Murray, Devonta Freeman was signed prior to the start of last season as the Ravens were simply looking to add bodies at running back. To his credit, Freeman actually played quite well at points.
At 30-years-old, Freeman is well past his prime, but he proved in 2021 that he still has some juice left. If the Ravens want an experienced veteran in their backfield, they could look to bring back Freeman.
6. Sammy Watkins, WR, Ravens
The Ravens signed Sammy Watkins last offseason in hopes that the speedy wideout could provide much-needed depth and experience to the team’s wide receiver corps. The signing didn’t exactly work out, however.
Watkins battled injuries once again and finished with career lows in catches (27), receiving yards (394), and touchdowns (1). It’s safe to say he won’t be back in 2022.
5. Brandon Williams, DT, Ravens
Brandon Williams has spent his entire nine-year career in Baltimore, although that seems destined to come to an end this offseason.
After an underwhelming 2021 season, the Ravens brought back Michael Pierce to seemingly serve as Williams’ replacement. At 33-years-old, ‘Big Baby’ just isn’t the player he once was. His time in Baltimore is likely over.