9 wide receivers the Ravens can sign after missing out on Jarvis Landry
4. The Ravens could sign Will Fuller
Few players are as much of an enigma as Will Fuller. The former first-round pick has proven to be a dynamic, game-changing offensive weapon when on the field. However, being on the field has always been a struggle.
Fuller spent last season with the Miami Dolphins where he appeared in just two games before suffering a broken thumb that landed him on the injured reserve. He’s played in 11 or fewer games in each of the last five seasons.
At this point, teams are well aware of Fuller’s injury history, hence why he’s still on the market in mid-May. But perhaps he might be worth the risk for a team as desperate for wide receiver help as the Ravens are.
Fuller’s speed would help alleviate the loss of Marquise Brown provided he can at least stay healthy for a portion of the season.
3. The Ravens could sign Albert Wilson
Another former Dolphins receiver with speed for days is Albert Wilson who also remains a free agent after the draft. Much like Fuller, Wilson has battled some injury issues over the last few years, but not to the extent that his former teammate has.
Wilson developed into a valuable depth receiver in Kansas City and looked to expand his role upon signing with the Miami Dolphins ahead of the 2019 season.
There were times when it looked like Wilson was the player Miami signed him to be, but injuries and inconsistent quarterback play did him no favors. Now a free agent again, some team might be willing to take a chance on the speedy wideout.
The Ravens could use a speedy, undersized receiver like Albert Wilson to serve as an underneath target for Lamar Jackson. The much-maligned Greg Roman could have fun with a player like Wilson.