Full list of Ravens outgoing free agents: Who will Baltimore re-sign?

The Ravens have a good chunk of their roster available on the open market.

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The Baltimore Ravens will need to be very proactive in the offseason if they want to stay at the top of the AFC, as a very deep conference and the deluge of free agents who could leave town this offseason might make things quite difficult for them.

The Ravens are not only missing large chunks of their depth, but multiple starters from both an offense that helped Lamar Jackson win MVP and a defense that ranked at or near the top of the league in many categories could look for greener pastures.

With only a few million dollars in cap space at the moment, the Ravens need to be willing to say goodbye to many of their better-performing players as they try to figure out who is essential and who is replaceable.

Complete list of Baltimore Ravens free agents 2024

Unrestricted Free Agents

Unrestricted free agents can sign with any team on March 13, the start of the league year.

DT Justin Madubuike
OG Kevin Zeitler
LB Patrick Queen
EDGE Jadeveon Clowney
SAF Geno Stone
WR Odell Beckham Jr
RB Gus Edwards
OG John Simpson
LB Kyle Van Noy
RB JK Dobbins
CB Ronald Darby
QB Tyler Huntley
WR Nelson Agholor
CB Arthur Maulet
DL Brent Urban
LB Malik Harrison
CB Rock Ya-Sin
SAF Daryl Worley
LB Del'Shawn Phillips
WR Devin Duvernay
OC Sam Mustiphar
CB Trayvon Mullen
RB Dalvin Cook
QB Josh Johnson
LS Tyler Ott

Restricted free agents

RFAs are free to sign with any team, but the Ravens can offer them a first-round tender, second-round tender, or right-of-first-refusal tender.

Baltimore does not have any RFAs this offseason.

Exclusive rights free agents

An ERFA is an NFL player whose contract expired and who has three or fewer seasons played. The team the player was on can offer a one-year, league minimum contract, and the player can't sign with another team unless the ERFA tender is offered. Only one Ravens player is an ERFA this year; safety Ar'Darius Washington.

Street free agents

Street free agents are players who were not on any team's roster at the beginning of the season. Baltimore has three such players in RB Melvin Gordon, CB Kevon Seymour, and WR Laquon Treadwell.

Who could the Ravens bring back in free agency?

The three biggest names on that list are Madubuike, Zeitler, and Queen. Retaining two of them is a goal Baltimore should pursue, even if they must admit that giving up on all three of them is a foolish errand.

Stone should also be a priority, provided he doesn't get too expensive. Given the weak state of the pass rusher and offensive guard markets, retaining both Clowney and Simpson would make sense.