5 reasons to get excited for Baltimore Ravens in 2023

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3. This is the best skill group Baltimore Ravens have given Lamar Jackson

The Baltimore Ravens decided to upgrade all around their offense. It starts by getting the familiar names healthy this offseason. Then, the Ravens are hoping that the new offensive coordinator has those guys in a position to succeed. Lastly, the team stacked the board to make sure that even a few injuries should not derail things, unlike in past years.

An old Ravens team would be relying on Rashod Bateman. Then, they would add someone like Nelson Agholor and call it a good off-season. This year, they did not stop with Agholor. First, it was Odell Beckham, and for much more money than fans thought he would get. Next, they drafted Zay Flowers in the first round. This is a much stronger commitment than we have ever seen.

Agholor would usually be their number two, or even last season Demarcus Robinson ended up as the number one. Now, Agholor is the fourth guy, and even if they signed Robinson, he would be competing with Agholor, but likely would only be the fifth wide receiver.

This is not it, though. At tight end, Mark Andrews remains, but they may have found something with Isaiah Likely. He enters year two and appears to be a pass-catching threat. Even second-year tight end Charlie Kolar is in the mix.

At running back JK Dobbins is fully healthy and joined by Gus Edwards. This duo is electric together but it has barely happened. Now, both are entering training camp fully healthy. Even Patrick Ricard is still in the mix, which speaks to how many options Todd Monken has when it comes to his personnel.

From wide receiver to running back and tight end, each room is not only as talented as Jackson has seen, it is also deeper in every area as well.