3. D'Onta Foreman, Bears
The Chicago Bears figure to be sellers at the deadline, with a record of 2-6 and an injured starting quarterback in Justin Fields. Prior to the year, things looked like they were on the upswing in Chicago. But, it looks like they're back where they were a year ago, and it could be time to sell.
The running back room is fairly deep in Chicago, especially when Khalil Herbert returns from IR, which should be within the next week or two. D'Onta Foreman and rookie Roschon Johnson are the other backs there, now, and Foreman has been running well with the opportunities he's gotten.
The Bears got away from him on Sunday night against the Chargers, which was a mistake. He had been playing great football, but for some reason Chicago didn't include him enough in the game plan. Foreman is on a one-year deal, so he would also come cheap.
He is a similar back to Edwards, who loves contact and running between the tackles. If the Ravens wanted to add even more physicality, Foreman is a good option, along with this last candidate.