6. Courtland Sutton (WR) Broncos
After spending so much money and resources on bolstering the offense last spring by adding Odell Beckham Jr., Zay Flowers, Nelson Agholor, etc... will the Ravens be happy spending even more assets in trading for yet another wide receiver?
Don't rule that out if the price is right.
"The Ravens don’t necessarily need a receiver. They’re having a hard enough time utilizing all of the pass catchers they already have," Zrebiec reasoned. But what if Sutton is available for a day-two pick?
Sutton could be the type of red-zone target the Ravens have lacked this season, and although he would come under a hefty salary-cap impact there is a case to make when it comes to trading for an elite wideout under contract.
Sutton was drafted in 2018 as the 40th overall pick and he's 28 years old, pretty much aligning perfectly with Lamar Jackson's career in terms of playing together for the next few seasons if Baltimore wants to go for the Broncos receiver.