No Landry, but it still feels like the Ravens have another move up their sleeve. ESPN’s Field Yates reported the Ravens and Nick Boyle reworked his contract, creating about $2.5 million in cap space. That’s added to about $6 million they previously had. How many needs can they check off?

While the Ravens drafted two cornerbacks in the fourth round with Jalyn Armour-Davis and Pepe Williams, I’d argue that’s probably the spot that needs a veteran most. Recently released Pro Bowler James Bradberry would be ideal but may be a pipe dream considering what it would cost.

The veteran cornerback free-agent market actually has some depth. Behind Bradberry, there’s Joe Haden, Trae Waynes, Kyle Fuller, Kevin King, Xavier Rhodes, A.J. Bouye, Janoris Jenkins and more. None need to be a starter now, but the Ravens likely want to add more experienced depth to round out the secondary.