4 wide receivers who can help Ravens’ Lamar Jackson take the next step

Brandin Cooks #13 of the Houston Texans. (Photo by Cooper Neill/Getty Images)
Brandin Cooks #13 of the Houston Texans. (Photo by Cooper Neill/Getty Images) /
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Robert Woods #2 of the Tennessee Titans. (Photo by Courtney Culbreath/Getty Images) /

3. Robert Woods

Woods is also nearing the wrong side of 30 and may only have a few more explosive years in him, yet he serves as a realistic target for Baltimore in 2023.

The Tennessee Titans wide receiver could be a cap casualty this offseason especially after he put together a career-worst season with 527 receiving yards averaging 9.9 yard per catch.

In the wake of the A.J. Brown trade, Woods plugged in as the Titans’ No. 1 receiver this past year, but a turmoil-filled season saw Woods more often neglected in the passing attack; instead, rookie Treylon Burks stepped up in a big way, and the team continued to rely on the brute power-rushes of Derrick Henry.

From one run-heavy team to another, Woods would be an ideal fit on the Ravens. The former Rams wideout used to play second fiddle to Cooper Kupp back in 2021, but now he has the chance to step into a bonafide WR1 role with a top-10 quarterback under center (sorry, Ryan Tannehill).

Woods poses as a veteran supplement to the Ravens’ thin passing corps who carries a much higher upside than the likes of Sammy Watkins or Demarcus Robinson. No offense.