Updating Baltimore Ravens current RB Depth Chart
We are about one week into free agency, and we knew that the Baltimore Ravens were not going to be active. So, while we wait for the waves to come to them, we will view what needs are still on the roster, and how they will be addressed.
What does the Baltimore Ravens running back room currently look like?
Baltimore Ravens Running Back Depth Chart
2. Gus Edwards
3. Justice Hill
1. Patrick Ricard
2. Ben Mason
After missing all of 2021, the Baltimore Ravens eased J.K. Dobbins back into the starting lineup. He had 134 rushes as a rookie, but just 92 last season. He is now entering year four, and while the flashes have been there, we have yet to see a full season where he gets legitimate work. This will now be the last year of his rookie salary, so this will be a huge season for him, and you should expect to see the Ravens give him a lot more work to see if he is worth extending.
The same can be said for Gus Edwards. He also missed 2021, he also was eased back in 2022, and he also is on the last year of his deal, although it is an extension. In a perfect world, we finally see these two in the perfect split of carries, and we can see just how high of an upside this duo can have.
The Rvanes also re-signed Justice Hill this offseason. The big reason is special teams, but he has also been held down by injuries, and has the chance to show more on passing downs.
At fullback, Patrick Ricard will be back. Ben Mason was supposed to possibly make him expendable, but has not shown that yet in the NFL. The thought is that he will spend another year on the practice squad.
How Baltimore Ravens will address running back this offseason
This group is pretty much set already. They may add a UDFA, or a low-end veteran to compete in training camp, especially when you consider the injuries in the room. Still, anyone they add will likely be a fourth runner, and inactive unless and injury occurs.