3 offensive line free agents who make sense for Ravens after 2024 NFL Draft

The Ravens still need to add an offensive lineman
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2. Connor Williams

Williams has had a wild career in the pros, as he went from a top prospect to a struggling guard conversion and (eventually) a fairly reliable blocker. In both his Cowboys tenure and the last two years with the Dolphins, Williams' play has been that of a reliable starter in the pros.

Williams is recovering from a serious knee injury that could both limit his availability early in the season and make it tougher for him to replicate his standout play. If the Ravens can get any sort of assurance that he is healthy, he could be worth bringing in on a cheap one-year contract.

Connor Williams could join the Baltimore Ravens.

The development of Patrick Mekari and the signing of Josh Jones shows that Baltimore places a ton of emphasis on backups who could fill in at multiple spots. Williams came into the league as a tackle, starred as a guard, and recently played center during his time in Miami.

Williams will need to go to a team that is not as concerned by the injury as the rest of the league, and the Ravens could be that squad after using a pick on Vorhees and continuing to lean on Stanley. At his best, Williams is still very much worthy of a spot as a starter in this league.