3 buy-low offensive free agents Ravens could target late in offseason

The Ravens may not be done adding talent just yet.
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As has been proven by the team's recent flirtation with Jamal Adams, the Baltimore Ravens are always on the lookout for veteran free agents who could try to revitalize their careers on a team with championship aspirations. The offensive side of the ball could be an area Baltimore tries to beef up.

The Ravens improved their wide receiver room with the addition of Devontez Walker, but there's still room for one more veteran in the mix. The offensive line is still a minor work in progress, and it wouldn't be the worst idea in the world to add some extra help on the interior.

The Ravens are never above buying low on a veteran in the hopes of squeezing that last gasp of talent out of them in pursuit of a championship. One of these three still unsigned players could be worth taking a look at if Baltimore wants some extra experience to add to their deep roster.

3 buy-low offensive free agents the Baltimore Ravens could target

3. Hunter Renfrow

The fact Renfrow hasn't been signed yet has been a bit shocking. While his production went in the toilet after Josh McDaniels replaced Jon Gruden, McDaniels shouldn't be considered the gold standard when it comes to judging which players can be productive in an NFL offense.

Renfrow tallied just 61 catches for 585 yards with McDaniels and Antonio Pierce as his coach, but he did amass 103 catches during his final season as an unquestioned starter. Still just 28 years old, Renfrow needs a refresher away from the rigid, ineffective system of McDaniels.

Hunter Renfrow could be worth targeting for the Baltimore Ravens

Renfrow could compete for WR3 snaps, as he offers a different set of skills when compared to veteran Nelson Agholor or rookie downfield threat Devontez Walker. If Agholor regressed and Walker proves to have too limited a route tree to become an everyday starter, Renfrow could be trusted to secure tough catches underneath.

Renfrow will likely have a job by the time the regular season rolls around, and he could try to prioritize heading to a contending team after spending years on some bad Raiders squads. The receiver room is much improved, but there's always space for more talent.