3 Baltimore Ravens whose stock soared after 2024 roster revamp

These Ravens are primed for big seasons.
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2. Rashod Bateman

Bateman hasn't hit the meteoric heights many projected when he arrived in Baltimore, culminating in a 2023 season where he and Jackson never seem to get on the same page. Bateman has since been signed to an extension, and he is the unquestioned No. 2 wide receiver to start the season.

While the Ravens did make some additions to the receiver room by adding Devontez Walker via the Draft and Deonte Harty in free agency, the former is a fourth-rounder who is more likely to compete with Nelson Agholor and the latter will likely be deployed primarily as a special teams return ace.

Rashod Bateman will be an impact player for the Baltimore Ravens

Bateman was able to stay healthy last season, and his trademark separation skills on intermediate routes actually helped him stand out on film more than his production would indicate. Zay Flowers is clearly the top dog in the Ravens' rotation room, but Bateman is the no-doubt No. 2 option.

Baltimore had the ability to make some seismic moves for Pro Bowl wide receivers via both free agency and trades, and they chose instead to commit to Bateman and his emerging skillset. This may look risky to the outside observer, but Baltimore thinks Year 2 of Todd Monken will do wonders for him.