Ravens have big decisions to make in WR room for 2024

The Baltimore Ravens revamped their wide receiver room throughout the 2023 offseason, bringing players like Odell Beckham Jr. and Zay Flowers to pair with Rashod Bateman and others. The room flourished in some aspects but saw struggles in others.

“I don’t know. I love the guys we have coming back. I think ‘Bate’ [Rashod Bateman] is going to have a great season, and we have Zay [Flowers]. We’ll talk to guys and look at potentially bringing guys back, but I feel really good about where we are. We also saw the emergence of Isaiah Likely this year, and we know, of course, what Mark can do this year – Mark Andrews. We have a lot of guys that can make plays and, watching Zay this year and just picturing Zay and ‘Bate’ out there next year is very exciting, and we’ll see where that leads. We’ve also got the Draft, and like I said, we’ll have conversations with our free agents, as well, and we’ve already started those conversations in some cases. So, I would expect the reciever room to be very strong next year and very productive.”

Baltimore has several tough decisions to make on their wideouts in 2024, including whether to pick up Bateman’s fifth-year option. Head coach John Harbaugh said he didn’t know what was in store for the decision on Bateman but showed his confidence in him and the rest of the team’s young pass catchers.

Story originally appeared on Ravens Wire