10 realistic free agents the Baltimore Ravens could sign in 2024

The Ravens need to open up the checkbook.

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8. Chase Young, EDGE, San Francisco 49ers

Young's value was in the dirt after two injury-filled seasons, but some quality games in the 49ers' Super Bowl run did wonders for his reputation. The Ravens could lose their top three sack producers to the open market, and Young would be a tremendous addition if they need to find a new starter.

Young, like Jadeveon Clowney before him, is a player who is much more disruptive than raw sack numbers would indicate. After helping the three-time Pro Bowler Clowney set a new career-best sack mark, the Ravens would be wise to either pair him with Young or add the former Ohio State star as a replacement.

The Baltimore Ravens could easily sign Chase Young

7. Kevin Dotson, OG, Los Angeles Rams

Dotson was cast aside by the Steelers before this season, but he was born anew with the Rams. As both a run-blocker and masterful pass protector for Matthew Stafford, Dotson put together enough above-average games on tape in a very tough division to warrant a multi-year contract this offseason.

Dotson is not going to come cheap, as PFF projects him to land a contract that would make him the fourth-highest-paid guard in the league. DeCosta and the Ravens are smart enough to do some cap gymnastics to save money, which could pave a path for Dotson to get a big-money deal that solidifies the Baltimore line.