The 2022 season presented a rollercoaster for the Baltimore Ravens, marked by a promising start but late-season challenges mostly linked to the season-ending injury suffered by quarterback Lamar Jackson that put a cap on the postseason ceiling of the squad.
Despite a strong 7-3 start, the Ravens made the playoffs with a 10-7 record only to continue a trend of early postseason exits, falling to the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Wild Card last January.
Already past that upset, the Ravens made notable high-profile moves such as trading safety Chuck Clark to the Jets or allowing veterans like Calais Campbell and Justin Hoston to leave via free agency. When it came to signing or bringing back players, though, there was one and only one name of importance: Lamar.
Outside of finally agreeing to terms with their franchise quarterback, which other decisions have already proved to be genius moves made by the Ravens throughout the spring and the summer? Here are some of them.