“Baltimore recently signed veteran cornerback Kyle Fuller as depth to go with 2022 fourth-round pick Jayln Armour-Davis and Iman Marshall. It wouldn’t be shocking if Peters was made available…Indianapolis would be a natural landing spot as it goes all-in around Matt Ryan. The current array of options across from Stephon Gilmore is a gamble, as Brandon Facyson hasn’t even put together a full season of consistent play yet. Peters would raise the ceiling of that unit considerably in 2022.”
Finally Wharton strikes tight finish Nick Boyle out of Baltimore, buying and selling him and a 2023 sixth-round choose to the New York Giants in change for vast receiver Kenny Golladay.
“Finding a new home for Golladay is complicated by the fact that his new team would need to pay his $13 million base salary in 2022. Baltimore would need to reshuffle some money to make this work, but it has a need for a playmaking receiver after dealing Marquise Brown during the NFL draft. Golladay would give Lamar Jackson a trustworthy, big-bodied threat who can win on deep jump balls better than anyone currently on the roster.”
While the Ravens actually have some type of a logjam at tight finish, cornerback and security, they’ve construct their depth to be deep at these positions for a number of causes. Trading Clark, Peters and Boyle doubtless wouldn’t be well worth the property they’d be receiving again, as every is a key a part of the crew each on and off of the sphere.
Baltimore might actually look to commerce a few of their depth items because the 2022 common season attracts nearer and they should make some robust selections about who makes the ultimate roster. However, transferring on from a few of their stars for draft capital or unhealthy contracts whereas they’re nonetheless in a aggressive window doesn’t make a variety of sense, particularly not now.