The top priority for the NFL offseason has been handled for the Baltimore Ravens, with the team finally agreeing to terms on a lucrative contract extension for superstar quarterback Lamar Jackson.
Along with making Jackson feel valued, appreciated, and happy, the team also made some additions to the offense, which could make Baltimore the best squad in the league in that category during the 2023 NFL season.
The first addition was bringing in superstar wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., which was likely a move to further convince Jackson to sign an extension, and it appears to have worked.
However, the team didn’t stop there as they also drafted one of the best wide receivers in the 2023 NFL Draft in Zay Flowers to join Beckham, Rashod Bateman, Nelson Agholor, and Devin Duvernay.
With all these weapons at Jackson’s disposal, along with a healthy J.K. Dobbins coming out of the backfield and tight end Mark Andrews in the mix, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh sounds like a happy man when talking about the offense via the team’s Twitter account.
HC John Harbaugh on Lamar building with the new offense pic.twitter.com/NW3hobmWlX
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) June 6, 2023
Currently, the Ravens’ offense looks stacked and could arguably be the best in the league on paper, with the sky being the limit for Baltimore when the season begins in a few months.
However, there’s no telling whether it will all come together, as there are a few players on offense that struggle with injuries on an annual basis, which may ultimately derail Baltimore’s plans to be the best in the NFL offensively.
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