3. Baltimore runs it back with top four cornerbacks
Some might say that cornerback is an area of need for Baltimore this offseason, and on one hand, they might be right. The Ravens had been searching for a complimentary starter to Marlon Humphrey for a few years now, and it appears as though Brandon Stephens has taken control of that job.
Still, a lot of fans would like to see the Ravens add more depth at the position.
The team does have Ronald Darby and Rock Ya-Sin entering free agency, but for a team like Baltimore who had to depend on multiple veteran corners last year and had fairly serviceable performances out of all of them, I think they'll end up bringing those two back.
Darby and Ya-Sin both dealt with injuries last season, however when they were on the field, they each had some strong stretches. Should the Ravens be able to roll into 2024 with Humphrey and Stevens starting, while Darby and Ya-Sin are there as reserves who can also play some meaningful snaps, the overall corner depth looks a whole lot better than it did a year ago.