Ravens Rumors: Baltimore linked to two first-round wide receivers

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Whether or not Lamar Jackson is the quarterback of the Baltimore Ravens for the 2023 season, it is clear the team is ready to take this offense to the next level.

Just a week ago, the organization signed free agent wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. to a 1-year contract, making arguably the biggest move of their offseason thus far. Beckham hasn't played since he tore his ACL in the Super Bowl a little over a year ago, but is ready to get back on the field now.

Some people thought the Beckham signing will lead to Jackson returning to the team and playing out the season on the tag, but no movement has seemed to happen just yet. Additionally, there haven't been any other teams too interested in paying Jackson the $230 million guaranteed that he's seeking.

So, the Ravens are apparently planning for Jackson to be under center for them soon. The Beckham contract proves just that, as the wideout likely wouldn't have signed unless he knew who the quarterback would end up being.

The Ravens are now eyeing two big name receivers in the 2023 NFL Draft after signing Beckham

It's not just Beckham the Ravens plan on having for the coming season. The Ravens are now looking at two other big name receivers in the upcoming 2023 NFL Draft.

According to a recent report, Baltimore is lasering in on two of the top wide receivers in this draft class. Who are they, and how would they fit alongside Beckham? Let's dive into them both real quick.