Free agents the Baltimore Ravens should add following 2023 NFL Draft: RB Ezekiel Elliott
Like the signing of Clark, this is another move you make if you want to make a Super Bowl run. It might seem odd saying the Ravens should sign a running back, but that's an area where they have had a multitude of injuries over the last couple of years.
Don't forget, at one point, Baltimore was using Kenyan Drake and Devonta Freeman as their primary backs over the past two seasons, at a given moment. J.K. Dobbins is a phenomenal back when healthy, but health has been a major concern for him for the past two years. Meanwhile, Gus Edwards is beloved in Baltimore, yet has had some injuries of his own.
Ezekiel Elliott was released by Dallas after a lengthy career there, and while he doesn't have enough in the tank to be a starter at this point, he would be a fantastic compliment in a committee. Being able to deploy Dobbins, Elliott or Edwards in different scenarios could take this offense to an even greater height.
And, after re-signing Lamar Jackson this offseason, you can never give a young quarterback enough playmakers.