1. Should the Baltimore Ravens sign Dalton Risner?
Dalton Risner suffered an elbow injury late in the 2022 season and was placed on IR, but it was expected to be serious. His play did not progress after he started his career on a strong note, but Risner is still a former second-round pick who is just 28 years old and looking for his second contract in the NFL.
There is a chance that a public outburst on the sideline on Christmas day is hurting his value across the NFL. Still, the Baltimore Ravens should probably move on from that and sign arguably the best lineman on the market.
Risner has 3,773 snaps, all at left guard. His play has been up and down, but so has the organizational stability in Denver. He has played for multiple coaches and saw a GM change as well. So, there is a chance that the best of Risner is still to come. The Baltimore Ravens do not have enough trusted talent at left guard to turn their nose up at someone with a long track record of starting in the NFL.
He is young, he should be healthy, and while his time in Denver ended poorly, we all saw reasons outside of his control impact that. This could be a great fit, and Risner could start week one at left guard with the Baltimore Ravens.