3 free agents Ravens can sign to replace Morgan Moses after Jets trade

The Ravens' offensive line is looking weak

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1. Trent Brown, New England Patriots

If the Ravens don't believe that gargantuan right tackle Daniel Faalele is ready to earn a starting role, why not sign another huge tackle who could fill in at right tackle. Brown has injuries in his past, but he's still shown he can be a quality starter when healthy for a contender like Baltimore.

Brown was in and out of the starting lineup last year due to his health, which could be the biggest reason he doesn’t get a deal done with a contender. Based purely on his performance, the Ravens should be willing to bring him in and install him as a beefy run blocker for Henry.

The Baltimore Ravens could get use out of Trent Brown

Faalele could stand ready to go in as a trusted backup, and Brown's age may not necessarily stop them from going after a young tackle who could eventually take over. Brown has played both tackle spots, and his massive girth will always be a challenge for opposing players who favor the bullrush.

The Ravens are well aware of the fact this season is championship or bust, and Brown is one of the best right tackle options still remaining on the market. Baltimore will need to act fast to sign him, as other contenders will be willing to cut a big check as they try to sign him.

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