The Ravens have needs at several positions, including linebacker, tight end, offensive line, cornerback and safety. They need to start bringing in young players who can learn from the veterans on defense because, as much as we all hate it, Ray Lewis is not going to be able to play forever.
Bringing in a young MLB either through the draft or free agency would be perfect. Next season would be Lewis's last, and having a young linebacker play behind him would give that player a good head start in the NFL.
Dropped passes from our tight ends have been a problem the entire season. Ed Dickson just hasn't been what we need him to be. Dennis Pitta has been alright, but neither has been able to replace Todd Heap. Bringing in a TE out of free agency would probably be the best option. Take a veteran who can help teach Dickson and Pitta how to be more effective.
O-Line is a big need. Michael Oher has not played to his potential and had to be moved from LT to RT after the Ravens went out and got Bryant McKinnie. Matt Birk is getting older, and it looks like it might be time for the Ravens to do an entire overhaul of their offensive line.
The situation at cornerback and free safety is different. Cornerback Lardarius Webb is a free agent who the Ravens should re-sign. He played well throughout the season and, more importantly, played superbly in the playoffs with three interceptions in two games.
The free safety position is similar to linebacker. Ed Reed is not getting any younger, and it seems that the big hits that he is known for are now taking a toll on his body. It is time to bring in another free safety through the draft so that Reed can do the same thing for a young player at his position as Lewis is going to do.
The Ravens have a lot of needs that can be filled this offseason, putting the team in position to bring another championship to Baltimore.