4 Baltimore Ravens who may get traded before the 2023 regular season

-A former draft pick that is falling out favor

-A potential surprise at backup quarterback

-A trade that can get a solid return

-A trade that could open up multiple depth chart spots

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Baltimore Ravens, Devin Duvernay
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2. The Baltimore Ravens may get a return for Devin Duvernay

Devin Duvernay has done everything you can do to earn a roster spot. Or has Devin Duvernay done everything you need to get a decent return in a trade? When you think about it, Duvernay could help the team out in a big way by getting traded.

First, he would shed about $4.3M in salary in a trade. Of course, the asset that they would get back helps as well. Beyond that, he has a role in the wide receiver room, but it could be supplemented. If Rashod Bateman and Odell Beckham are healthy, Zay Flowers will do a lot of the gadget work that Duvernay is known for.

Beyond that, they have plenty of depth. Those three lead the way, but Nelson Agholor can do a lot of what Duvernay does as well. Then, there is Tylan Wallace, Laquon Treadwell, and James Proche. Duvernay could get traded, and Agholor, Wallace, and Treadwell could fill four through six on the depth chart with ease.

Duvernay is a great return option, but Flowers can return punts, and rookie UDFA running back Keaton Mitchell has shown himself as a capable kick return option. The need for Duvernay on this roster is not as needed, but plenty of teams would love an All-Pro return man who can provide on offense.