Baltimore Ravens post-draft depth chart: Quarterback

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Now that the Baltimore Ravens have completed the majority of their 2023 NFL offseason we will take a look at where the roster stands. Are there any spots of weakness or strength, and where do the new names fit into the depth chart?

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Baltimore Ravens post-draft depth chart: Quarterback

1. Lamar Jackson

Finally, we can post this without fans freaking out saying that Jackson is not on the roster, or that he will get traded, or this, that, and the other. Lamar Jackson is officially signed to the Ravens and will be on the team for the next five years.

The team also changed offensive coordinators and brought in two big-name wide receivers with Odell Beckham and Zay Flowers. Lamar Jackson went from offseason loser to offseason winner really quickly.

2. Tyler Huntley

We knew that Tyler Huntley was unlikely to go anywhere because of his tender situation. The Ravens would only move on if Jackson left and they shifted directions entirely. Still, while Huntley is good as a backup because the team can run a similar offense to Lamar Jackson, he also has proven in the past two years that the season is probably over if Jackson does go down again.

3. Anthony Brown

One of the issues with Huntley is that he is more slight than Lamar Jackson. So, he gets banged up, and it makes this number three spot more valuable. Anthony Brown threw 49 passes last season because of this, and for the most part, did not look nearly ready to see an NFL field.

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4. Nolan Henderson

The injury history of Jackson and Huntley, and the play of Brown had to have the Ravens in line to add a quarterback, even with Jackson locked up long-term. They went with Nolan Henderson from Delaware. The best way to describe Henderson would probably be a player in the Trace McSorley mold in that he can extend the pocket and create, but he is also pretty small. Henderson had 32 touchdowns and nine interceptions last season, but that was his first full season as the starter, and he was a fifth-year senior. It is hard to get too excited here.