3 former Baltimore Ravens who could return in free agency in 2024

The Ravens could be getting the band back together.

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The Baltimore Ravens should be given credit for consistently putting a winning product on the field despite losing some of their more productive members to free agency or a trade. Baltimore's sent plenty of talent packing, but they have generally done a solid job of replacing that talent.

The Ravens have already accomplished the most important goal on the ledger this offseason, using the franchise tag to lock up Justin Madubuike. The rest of their free agency plan should be centered around addressing depth in several key areas, including the trenches on both sides of the ball.

The Ravens have seen this trio put up solid performances with Baltimore in the past, and it wouldn't be ridiculous to expect one of them to come back in free agency. John Harbaugh has personal experience with all of them, which could be convincing enough to sway Eric DeCosta and lead to a reunion.

3 former Baltimore Ravens who could return in 2024

3. OL Jermaine Eluemunor, Las Vegas Raiders

Eluemunor was a protoype of Patrick Mekari, as he switched between multiple backup positions during his two seasons on the Ravens offensive line. After an iffy stint in New England, Eluemunor managed to become a semi-reliable starter during his three-season stint with the Raiders.

Eluemunor was a solid right tackle for the Raiders, using the athletic ability that made the raw Texas A&M product such an enticing player for Baltimore in the pre-draft process. Baltimore's lack of stability at the tackle spots has been made quite clear these last few weeks, and Eluemunor could be a part of the solution.

Could Jermaine Eluemunor return to the Baltimore Ravens?

Morgan Moses' age is a big question mark that will linger over this team, and Eluemunor could be a solid stand-in if they decide to move on. While he doesn't have left tackle experience, he could be a one-year stopgap for Ronnie Stanley if Baltimore is not moved by any of the players in the 2024 NFL Draft.

Eluemunor is not the raw player he was during his Ravens and Patriots stints prior, as the technical flaws he had have largely been coached out of him. With Baltimore needing to watch where they spend their money, Eluemunor could be a cheaper alternative at one of the tackle spots.