Ranking 5 worst offseason moves by Baltimore Ravens

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4. Baltimore Ravens remain thin on defensive line

This is just an add-on from the loss of Calais Campbell. It is not like they have a bunch of names that they are pointing to thinking that they do not need Campbell. Yes, on the edge they see David Ojabo taking a step forward, and up front, they have to hope that both Broderick Washington and Travis Jones take steps as depth.

Still, the Ravens also lost Justin Houston and Jason Pierre-Paul, so Ojabo is filling in for one of them and is not even cutting into the loss of Campbell. Even rookie Tavius Robinson has to step into one of those roles, which is a risk.

Along the interior, the loss of Calais Campbell is subbed by the gain of Angelo Blackson. Michael Pierce is expected to be healthy, but after he sat out of the 2020 season he has not maintained health. He is 30 now, so there are questions.

This leaves Justin Madubuike, Washington, Jones, and Brent Urban as the trustworthy options. That lack of depth is uncommon for the Ravens' roster. Beyond that, while Madubuike could take that step forward, they also lack the star impact player.

Maybe Jones, Madubuike, Washington, Ojabo, and everyone has their best season. However, if that does not happen, you can say that the Ravens may not have done enough on the defensive line this offseason.