This offseason has not been great for the Baltimore Ravens. The team has lost many key pieces, including Matthew Judon and Matt Skura.
The team came into the offseason with holes at wide receiver, EDGE rusher, as well as the interior offensive line. These issues were answered, in a way, but the team still has work to do and should do it in the draft.
With seven picks, the Baltimore Ravens will have a chance to answer their positional holes and give Lamar Jackson a better roster to continue winning football games.
*Note: This mock draft was made using NFL Mock Draft Database mock draft simulator.
What will the Baltimore Ravens do with Orlando Brown Jr?
Before diving into the mock draft, I think it’s important to touch on Orlando Brown Jr’s status. The former Oklahoma Sooner requested a trade earlier in the offseason because he wants the chance to play left tackle elsewhere.
The Ravens could move Brown for another first-round pick and could benefit from moving on from the former pro-bowler to clear the cap to sign Jackson long term. If, rather when, Brown is traded the team will alter their draft plan thanks to new picks they should receive.
However, this mock draft does not include a deal and considers Brown on the roster for the 2021 NFL season.