Baltimore Ravens Free Agency: Best Wide Receivers Available

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The Baltimore Ravens wide receiver corps is lacking. Rashod Bateman looks good on paper, but there are so many questions down the rest of the depth chart. The team will need to add some free agents, as well as hit the NFL draft.

We knew the Ravens would not be active early on because of their cap situation, but now that the first wave of free agency is over, the team could start to find fits at the right price. Who are some of the most notable free agents still around?

Baltimore Ravens best free agent options at wide receiver

D.J. Chark, age 26

D.J. Chark posed 1,008 yards and eight touchdowns back in 2019, but he has been unable to replicate that since. His production dropped in 2020 mainly due to quarterback play, but an injury destroyed his 2021 season after four games. In 2022, he bounced back from the injury, but only posted 500 yards.

Chark is only 26, and now is a year removed from the injury, so there is potential to get back to 1,000 yards.

Odell Beckham, age 30

Odell Beckham has highs that could still be better than Adam Thielen. He missed all of last season after tearing his ACL in the Super Bowl, but now he should be healthy. The question with Beckham comes down to money.

Mecole Hardman, age 25

The best thing Hardman has going for him is that he is 25 years old. Still, he could not get on the same page as Patrick Mahomes, and is basically just a gadget player. The Baltimore Ravens sure could use his speed, though.

Jarvis Landry, age 30

Jarvis Landry may be on his last legs. He was banged up throughout the 2022 season and last was over 1,000 yards back in 2019. Even in 2021, he missed five gamesd and had just 570 yards. Maybe they can sign him cheap, and get Odell Beckham as a package deal?

Nelson Agholor, age 30

Nelson Agholor could at least threaten teams deep. This would be a bit of an upgrade over someone like Demarcus Robinson, but playing a similar role.

Marvin Jones, age 33

Marvin Jones is a good name for the locker room, and staying relevant at age 33 shows he puts in the work of a professional. Still, this is one of the bottom tier signings the Ravens co