The Baltimore Ravens headed into the NFL offseason on the verge of disaster, with superstar quarterback Lamar Jackson having requested to be traded after contract talks fell apart.
Jackson was very unhappy with the way things were going with the Ravens, as he wanted a contract that was fully guaranteed, and Baltimore didn’t want to set a precedent, so it seemed like a trade was inevitable.
Fortunately, somehow, the two sides were able to see eye-to-eye on a new deal, and the team was able to get back on track.
Along with signing Jackson to a new deal, the team brought in some solid offensive weapons to add into the mix with Jackson and running back J.K. Dobbins, as they added receivers Odell Beckham Jr. and Zay Flowers.
Although the receiving corps was massively upgraded, the primary concern has been Dobbins, who missed the start of training camp, but he claims everything is fine now via Eric Edholm of NFL.com.
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Dobbins was recently activated from the PUP list, and although he’s battled consistent injury problems over the years, he says he feels great moving forward, which is a great sign for the Ravens.
Baltimore has a chance to be the best offense in the NFL during the 2023 campaign, with a solid passing game and a formidable run game.
Jackson, Beckham, Flowers, Dobbins, Melvin Gordon, and Mark Andrews round out an incredible group of offensive weapons, which could come together and form a dynamic offense that might be second to none in the league in 2023.NEXT: Zay Flowers Gets Major Praise From Ravens QB After Latest Game