The first wave of NFL free agency is over, and for the Baltimore Ravens, there have been a lot of changes made to their roster. Four important defenders from last season will suit up for different teams in 2013, and at least one offensive starter is gone as well.
Ozzie Newsome has proven time and again that he has a plan, and this time is no different. The Ravens have landed Elvis Dumervil and also signed two defensive linemen who could provide key depth.
Obviously, there are still some holes on the roster, but with the draft coming in a month, there is always the possibility that one or two starters could come from there.
Here's a look at both the best and the worst moves from the Ravens during free agency. Although it looms over the franchise like a cloud, Joe Flacco's record deal will not be mentioned because it occurred two weeks prior to the start of free agency. Though not appearing in this list, that deal was the Ravens' biggest move this offseason, and it impacted how the Ravens approached free agency this year.