9. Antonio Gibson (RB) Commanders
The case for trading for Gibson finds its best point in brinign a new, currently unrostered weapon to the Ravens: a pass-catching running back.
With Dobbins out and Gus Edwards/Justice Hill carrying the load, the Ravens don't have a natural rusher with solid pass-catching chops in their active 53-man squad.
"Gibson’s value would come as a receiving threat," Zrebiec pointed out. "The Ravens still haven’t consistently shown an ability to get their backs involved in the passing game."
Gibson is playing his age-25 season after getting drafted as the 66th overall pick in 2020, quite recently. It's kinda unknown how willing Washington will be to trade the running back, and it's not quite clear how much Baltimore would like to land him depending on the price and the needs elsewhere.
Another point against Gibson could be his fumbling issues, something that the Ravens have struggled with themselves already through the first third of the year.