4 moves the Ravens must make following the 2022 NFL Draft

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3. The Ravens must add undrafted free agent corners

For a team like Baltimore, you can never have too many corners.

The 2021 season saw the Ravens get absolutely destroyed in the cornerback department as both their starters, Marcus Peters and Marlon Humphrey, sat out due to injury.

With Anthony Averett opting to test new waters this season, the team drafted crucial reinforcements in Jalyn Armour-Davis and Damarion Williams, with Armour-Davis offering more starting-caliber potential of the two.

Baltimore also has Kevin Seymour and Imam Marshall as playable pieces, but the Ravens know all too well how quickly lightning strikes, and should Peters or Humphrey get re-injured this season, they need more quality defenders they can rely on.

Adding undrafted free agents seems like the way to go here, and the Ravens already have made a splash in that market by agreeing to deals with several wide receivers, linebackers, and players at other positions.

So far, the Ravens have signed UDFA nickel corner Denzel Williams, but we think they could scour the class for one or two more just for good measure.