As the end of the NFL regular season nears for the Baltimore Ravens with playoff hopes very much alive, we can begin to see the impact players young and old are having on the team.
Baltimore’s 53-man roster is built for long-term success in a tough AFC North division, but there’s little doubt that major improvements can be made in the current roster which will benefit the team as soon as the 2011 season rolls around.
With serious questions still surfacing about the quality of Baltimore’s defense, we will explore several options the Ravens front office might want to look into before the start of next year’s season.
In addition to the defense, we will examine the Ravens improving offense and suggest several roster changes that should be beneficial to the team going forward.
Will TE Todd Heap finally land in Arizona, and will Baltimore get a fair asking price if RB Willis McGahee is sent elsewhere?
Let’s take a look at changes the Ravens can make to their roster and still remain competitive at the same time.