10 realistic free agents the Baltimore Ravens could sign in 2024

The Ravens need to open up the checkbook.

AFC Divisional Playoffs - Houston Texans v Baltimore Ravens
AFC Divisional Playoffs - Houston Texans v Baltimore Ravens / Kirby Lee/GettyImages
facebooktwitterreddit
Prev
4 of 5
Next

4. Bryce Huff, EDGE, New York Jets

The emergence of Jermaine Johnson and last year's No. 15 pick being used on Will McDonald seems to indicate the Jets are unlikely to bring Huff back. He isn't a household name and is below-average as a run defender, but Huff's pressure numbers are right up there with the vest in the game.

The fact Huff managed 10 sacks despite only playing 42% of snaps with the Jets shows the type of pass-rush talent he can be. Huff has said in the past he will likely go to whichever team pays him the most money, which can make it very easy for the Ravens to see where they stand with him.

The Baltimore Ravens should try to sign Mike Evans

3. Mike Evans, WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Evans is not a lock to return to Tampa Bay, and he might try to prioritize winning a second championship if he is going to leave the Bucs. Going to Baltimore can quench his thirst for contention and a starting role while also giving him a competitive salary for a player his age.

The Ravens might have to pay high-end prices for a 31-year-old receiver, but DeCosta would be foolish if he can't see the impact he would make in this receiver room. If he leaves Tampa Bay, and the Ravens don't love any of the best wideouts in this NFL Draft class, Evans could start getting fitted for his purple jersey.