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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2. Connor Williams

While Dalton Risner seems like the ideal signing for a Ravens team that is in line to start Ben Cleveland and Andrew Vorhees at the two guard spots, his financial demands could force Baltimore to hunt for cheaper options elsewhere. Williams, fresh off an injury, could be a bounce-back target.

After tearing his ACL, Williams has seen his attractiveness to other executives across the league fall down a hole. Fresh off some up-and-down seasons with both Dallas and Miami, Williams will need to find a team that would be willing to let him get up to speed, and the Ravens could be among those suitors.

The Baltimore Ravens could sign Connor Williams

Williams allowed just one sack in almost 500 snaps last season, earning a quality 86.5 PFF grade. With the versatility needed to play both center and guard, Williams could emerge as either a brand-new starter, a quality depth piece behind an inexperienced line, or a liferaft in case something happens with Tyler Linderbaum.

Cleveland is experienced, but he's never been a starter in the pros. Vorhees is essentially a rookie, as his own ACL injury forced him to sit the season out his first season in the pros. After Baltimore chose not to address their interior offensive line in the NFL Draft until the seventh round, a player like Williams could be more necessity than luxury.