5 free agent cornerbacks Baltimore Ravens must sign before training camp

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The Baltimore Ravens roster currently sits at 89 players. It means there is a better chance than not that they are waiting to sign a notable veteran player in the upcoming days. One position that may be interesting to look into is cornerback. If the Ravens do end up signing a veteran cornerback, these are the free agents that are worth calling.

5. Baltimore Ravens should sign Fabian Moreau

It is interesting to note that Fabian Moreau is still a free agent right now. Sure, he is about to be 30 years old, and he was not the best player last season, but he was a starter on the New York Giants' defense and played a starting role in two playoff games. That at least has to count for something.

It should be something that sparks the Baltimore Ravens' interest. One of the more significant notes with Moreau is his ability to move in and out of the slot. He played just 76 slot snaps in 2022, compared to 722 on the outside, but that is mainly because the Giants had holes on the outside.

For his career, Moreau has 913 snaps in the slot and was primarily a slot defender in 2018 and 2019. The Baltimore Ravens need a combination of what he brings.

First, he brings the experience of someone who has 45 NFL starts. That comes both outside and in the slot, making him an even better fit. The team is looking for depth on the outside, but a potential starter in the slot. Kyle Hamilton and Brandon Stephens may slide in there, and the team has Pepe Williams, but that is not enough.

Fabian Moreau could come in by training camp and not only beat out someone like Trayvon Mullen on the outside, but he could also beat out Williams in the slot. This signing makes too much sense. We will see if the Baltimore Ravens get it done.