3 Baltimore Ravens who are not safe after the 2024 NFL Draft

The Ravens may see some depth chart shake-ups after the draft.
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The Baltimore Ravens concluded the 2024 NFL Draft with yet another onslaught of talented prospects introducing themselves to the Flock. Eric DeCosta not only found great value with all of his premium picks, but he did a good job addressing some of the main needs on this roster.

Baltimore needed defensive back help after losing multiple key names in free agency, and DeCosta addressed that with Nate Wiggins in the first round and T.J. Tampa in the fourth round. Offensive tackle and pass rusher were tended to with Roger Rosengarten in the second round and Adisa Isaac in the third round, respectively.

The new additions were likely made with the expectation that some veterans would be knocked out of their respective spots on the roster. These three Ravens need to prepare for the possibility their career with Baltimore could drastically change after the Draft.

3 Baltimore Ravens who are not safe after the 2024 NFL Draft

3. WR Nelson Agholor

Zay Flowers is firmly entrenched as the No. 1 wide receiver in Baltimore, and the recent extension given to Rashod Bateman signifies that Baltimore is going to attempt to make him work in their offense going forward. After the Ravens used the No. 113 overall pick on North Carolina wide receiver Devontez Walker, Agholor's spot is in jeopardy.

The well-traveled veteran has managed to stick around for as long as he had due to his ability to make plays downfield (when he actually catches the ball). Drafting Walker, who is an unrefined route-runner who exclusively won on raw speed and athletic talent in college, could be a sign Baltimore is seeking an immediate upgrade over Agholor.

Devontez Walker could replace Nelson Agholor on the Baltimore Ravens

While Agholor was brought back to give this offensive more downfield skill, the selection of Walker has immediately made that contract somewhat redundant. If all other things are equal, Walker might be more deserving of snaps than a player like Agholor who is on the back nine of his career.

If Walker develops faster than expected and becomes a better intermediate route-runner than expected, Agholor might find it even more difficult to wiggle his way into the starting lineup. Lamar Jackson connected with Flowers quickly, and he could form a similar connection with Walker.