1. The Baltimore Ravens will move on from Tyler Huntley
This is a bit of a bold prediction at this time, but it may be less crazy than some fans realize. As we noted, with a new offensive coordinator, it means a new offense. Huntley was a good quarterback for the Greg Roman offense, but you have to wonder if his arm is strong enough for Todd Monken.
The Ravens brought in Josh Johnson, partly because they wanted depth in their third quarterback but also because they wanted him to push Huntley. Anthony Brown did not do much as a rookie when thrown into the fire, but his physical tools are more impressive than Huntley's.
Brown also wowed in the preseason last year. If Todd Monken feels that Johnson is the better fit for this offense and is a capable backup, and they like the presence of Brown as a developmental third-string, it could be the end of Tyler Huntley.
The Ravens would save more money keeping Johnson and Brown than Huntley and any combination of the other two, and they may even be able to get a trade asset in return. It is a bold call, but that is what we are doing here. The Baltimore Ravens may look to move Tyler Huntley.