The Baltimore Ravens were fairly active in free agency this offseason given the limited resources they were working with. They were in the market for a number of high-profile free agents and were even able to land one of their own in star safety Marcus Williams.
On top of that, the Ravens added a new starting right tackle in Morgan Moses, a new (old?) nose tackle in Michael Pierce, and brought back a few key internal free agents such as Calais Campbell, Patrick Ricard, and Josh Bynes.
But that doesn’t mean their work is done just yet. General manager Eric DeCosta has hinted that the Ravens are still in the market for free agents.
Which players could be on their radar? Let’s take a look at five remaining free agents the Ravens could still sign this offseason.
5. Ravens target: Riley Reiff, OT
I’ve written quite a bit about Riley Reiff in this past, and it still makes plenty of sense for the Ravens to pursue him as a high-end swing tackle option.
Ronnie Stanley’s health is a major concern and the Ravens don’t really have a player on the roster who can be expected to fill in at left tackle as Moses and Ja’Wuan James have almost exclusively played right tackle in their careers.
Reiff has almost 150 career starts under his belt with plenty of experience playing both tackle spots. He spent last season with the Cincinnati Bengals and could even be looking for an opportunity to start.
But if the Ravens are able to land him, he would provide much-needed tackle depth and help improve the overall state of the offensive line heading into 2022.