After avoiding disaster during this NFL offseason and finally getting superstar quarterback Lamar Jackson to sign a lucrative contract extension, the Baltimore Ravens have made some solid moves in order to set up what could be a successful 2023 NFL season.
The Ravens focused on improving their offense during the offseason and may have made enough of the right moves to put them in the conversation for being the best offense on paper ahead of the 2023 campaign.
One of the major additions for the Ravens during this offseason was the team bringing in superstar wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., who signed with the team before Jackson agreed to a contract extension.
On Tuesday, Beckham was seen on the practice field for the Ravens for the first time via Jamison Hensley of ESPN.
A look at Odell Beckham Jr.’s first practice with the Ravens pic.twitter.com/7UsXg3k1ix
— Jamison Hensley (@jamisonhensley) June 13, 2023
It’s an incredibly small sample size, but it looks like Beckham might have some of that patented explosiveness back, which is obviously a very good sign for Baltimore, as the superstar hasn’t played for a year after suffering a torn ACL in the Super Bowl while with the Los Angeles Rams.
Without a doubt, Beckham will quickly become one of Jackson’s favorite targets in Baltimore as the Ravens try to impose their will on offense during the 2023 season.
Along with the addition of Beckham, the Ravens added rookie wide receiver Zay Flowers to the mix to join J.K. Dobbins, Rashod Bateman, Devin Duvernay, Nelson Agholor, and Mark Andrews.
Jackson will have no shortage of talented weapons at his disposal on offense, which will likely strike fear in the hearts of their opponents next season.NEXT: Analyst Details The Changes You Can Expect To See With Ravens New Offense