Baltimore Ravens last season struggle to throw deep down the field due to lack of wide receivers. Derrick Mason was the only reliable receiver last season but he 36 years old and you can't expect him to a No. 1 receiver anymore.
Free agency begins this Friday at 12:01 am and expect Baltimore to explore free agency looking for a receiver. This slide show will offer wide receivers that I think the Baltimore should look to sign, trade, or draft this offseason. Enjoy!
We all know this guy is a problem for the Denver Broncos, but he is very talented. Only 25 years old and he has already been to two pro bowls and have set a NFL record for most receptions in a game with 21.
He became the fifth player in NFL history (first as a Broncos player) to have at least 100 receptions in three consecutive seasons. All the Ravens have to do is give up a first rounder to sign him and I would rather have him then a rookie receiver.
Standing 6'5", Vincent Jackson is one of the tallest and athletic receivers we have in this league. Its very hard to cover him because of his height he can easily catch a ball thrown high over the defensive backs head. He went to his first pro bowl last season.
He is most likely to be re-signed, but if the Ravens want to try and sign him then they would have to forfeit their first and third rounder.
Ravens do need a receiver, but he is not worth it. If the Ravens want him then they would have to give a first and third rounder to the Jets which is not worth it for a player that drops the ball more than he catches it. I put him on here just for humor.
He is 36 years old but he can still play. He had a horrible season in Buffalo and probably could have been better if the QB was decent. With Flacco, TO can easily get 1,000 yards. I would offer him a one-year contract and see how well he performs in Baltimore.
According to NFL Network, the Cardinals are willing to trade Boldin for only a third round pick. This is a steal for a talent like Boldin. He is entering the final year of his contract and will turn 30 when the upcoming season starts.
He had a breakout year in Dallas after TO was released and his first appearance in the pro bowl. He is only 25 and very talented. I believe Dallas will end up re-signing him but it doesn't hurt to try.
He had a disappointing year with injuries but when he came back, he didn't play like he was the Bucs No. 1 receiver. He is only 28, so he should be still capable of a No. 2 receiver.
The rookie had an impressive workout in the combine. He ran the 40-yard dash 4.42 which is fourth rank in receivers. 17 reps for bench press. The receiver I think that should be a first rounder and that the Ravens should draft would be Tate.
Damian Williams, USC
Arrelious Benn, Illinois
Brandon LaFell, LSU
Riley Cooper, Florida