9 wide receivers the Ravens can sign after missing out on Jarvis Landry

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2. The Ravens could sign Julio Jones

Julio Jones is one of the greatest wide receivers of his generation and likely a future Hall of Famer. However, the version of Jones we see in 2022 is far from the dominant player he was at his peak.

The seven-time Pro Bowler spent last season with the Tennessee Titans where he appeared in 10 games, finishing with just 31 catches for 434 yards and a touchdown. It’s safe to say the Titans have some regrets about that trade.

Jones flashed at points last season, but injuries and other inconsistencies held him back. Still, if the Ravens are looking to make a post-draft splash, this would be one way to do it.

Provided the contract is cheap and affordable, signing Julio Jones for a year would be a fun, albeit risky way to address the wide receiver position.

1. The Ravens could sign Odell Beckham Jr.

It’s been a wild few years for Odell Beckham Jr. The former New York Giants superstar never lived up to his potential in Cleveland, and after a rocky breakup, he managed to somewhat resurrect his career with the Los Angeles Rams.

Beckham helped the Rams win Super Bowl LVI with a vintage performance against the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship Game. Unfortunately, Beckham suffered a torn ACL in the Super Bowl which ended his season on a sour note.

The three-time Pro Bowler provided that he still has something left in the tank last season. He was legitimately a vital part of that Rams’ offense late in the year.

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This one obviously depends on his injury rehab and would require him to not re-sign with the Rams. Perhaps the notion of playing against his former team twice a year would be enough to convince him to come to Baltimore.