50 Words or Less: A Different Option After Another Wide Receiver Goes Elsewhere

No Landry, but it still feels like the Ravens have another move up their sleeve. ESPN’s Field Yates reported the Ravens and Nick Boyle reworked his contract, creating about $2.5 million in cap space. That’s added to about $6 million they previously had. How many needs can they check off?

While the Ravens drafted two cornerbacks in the fourth round with Jalyn Armour-Davis and Pepe Williams, I’d argue that’s probably the spot that needs a veteran most. Recently released Pro Bowler James Bradberry would be ideal but may be a pipe dream considering what it would cost.

The veteran cornerback free-agent market actually has some depth. Behind Bradberry, there’s Joe Haden, Trae Waynes, Kyle Fuller, Kevin King, Xavier Rhodes, A.J. Bouye, Janoris Jenkins and more. None need to be a starter now, but the Ravens likely want to add more experienced depth to round out the secondary.