Ranking top available Free Agent Cornerbacks Ravens could target in 2024

Baltimore may need to make more additions to the secondary.

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3. Kendall Fuller, Washington Commanders

Fuller was the one shining light in a Washington cornerback room that wouldn't have looked out of place in the XFL. As both an inside and outside corner, Fuller has had individual moments of brilliance. That versatility might be his gateway to another big contract with a contender like Baltimore.

Even as Fuller starts to enter his 30s, his performance suggests he is still very much in his prime. Washington may be rebuilding, but letting Fuller leave an already rough defense could make life tough for Dan Quinn. Baltimore could benefit, as Fuller's Swiss Army style fits in well with what new DC Zach Orr will likely try to implement.

The Baltimore Ravens can sign Darious Williams in free agency

2. Darious Williams, Jacksonville Jaguars

Williams was given his walking papers from an already thin Jacksonville secondary, as the Jaguars needed the cap space to use the franchise tag on Josh Allen and sign guard Ezra Cleveland. Even though he was released, Williams is a quality starting cornerback who proved himself in Jacksonville.

Williams was PFF's highest-graded cornerback for a small chunk of last season, as he can still make plays on the ball and perform well above average in run support. Williams and Fuller might be in a similar price range, though the former Jags stud seems like more of a pure outside corner if Baltimore wants to go that route. With some extra cap space, the Ravens could afford him