A proven playmaker on the outside is the missing piece for an offense that ranked No. in rushing but No. in passing.
Neither player became the first in NFL history to play in a postseason game with two different teams.
The Baltimore Ravens finished the 2020 season as the top rushing offense for the second straight year but ranked 32nd in the league in passing yards per game (171.2). Their fans and countless media pundits have been clamoring for the team to find a ‘true number 1 wide receiver’ by either trading up in the draft or signing one of the best available veteran free agents for what seems like the entire history of the franchise.