3 wide receivers who could torment the Ravens’ defense

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Marcus Peters, Marlon Humphrey, Baltimore Ravens
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We said it before and we’ll say it again: the Baltimore Ravens have the best secondary unit in the league.

In 2022, the Ravens’ starting cornerbacks will be Marlon Humphrey, Marcus Peters, and Brandon Stephens while their safeties will likely be Marcus Williams and Kyle Hamilton with Chuck Clark as an overqualified backup (assuming Clark doesn’t get traded).

Admittedly, Baltimore doesn’t have many starting-caliber options behind Humphrey and Peters, and if either should miss time due to injury 2022 late-round picks Jalyn Armour-Davis and Damarion Williams would have to step up.

In a best-case scenario, though, all of the Ravens’ starting defenders are healthy to start the season and stay healthy all year long.

Even with a stacked secondary unit, Baltimore face a number of dangerous wide receivers this season who could give the defense hell. This is more about individual talent than team offense, as well-run units like the Buccaneers and Bills will obviously be tough to defend against.

Here are three opposing wide receivers who could torment the Ravens’ D in 2022.