Grading the Ravens’ post-draft ‘thrift’ roster additions

Kristen Wong
Ravens, Kyle Fuller (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images)
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Ravens’ addition No. 2: Vince Biegel

Depth is the name of the game for the Ravens in 2022, and outside linebacker Vince Biegel is an insurance signing at best.

Biegel spent two years in the league before he finally became a full-time starter in 2019 playing for the Miami Dolphins. That 2019 season is his most productive by far, and Biegel recorded 59 combined tackles, 2.5 sacks, and one interception in 15 games.

Unfortunately, Biegel tore his Achilles the following year and dropped down the depth chart — now, he enters the Ravens with just one solid season under his belt and a questionable bill of health.

All factors considered, Biegel makes out to be an average signing for the Ravens who needed outside linebacker depth behind Josh Bynes, Patrick Queen, and Tyus Bowser. Some of the younger players or undrafted free agents could quickly surpass Biegel in preseason, but Biegel nonetheless possesses the experience to carve out a small role for himself this season.

Grade: B

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