1. The Ravens could sign Odell Beckham
This is the one that makes the most sense for everyone involved, and easily the one that is the most likely. Ravens fans have been pleading for Odell Beckham for months now, and at this point, it makes more sense than ever.
Beckham is still working his way back from a torn ACL he suffered at the end of last season, but once he’s healthy, he figures to provide a major boost to some team’s receiving corps. Why not the Ravens?
Beckham spent time with both the Cleveland Browns and Los Angeles Rams last season, helping lead the Rams to a Super Bowl title before walking in the offseason after his injury.
In eight games with the Rams, Beckham hauled in 27 catches for 305 yards and five touchdowns — his most touchdowns in a season since 2018.
He found his most success in the playoffs catching 21 passes for 288 yards and two touchdowns, one of which came in the Super Bowl. Beckham was an integral part of the Rams’ offense down the stretch.
Assuming he’s healthy, Beckham is the most impactful move the Ravens can make at the wide receiver position. There will be no shortage of interested teams, but Beckham is the way to go if the Ravens are looking for an upgrade.
Bring OBJ to Baltimore.