The Ravens won their second Lombardi Trophy this winter thanks in large part due to the play of quarterback
That group was good enough to win the
Where they stand: The Ravens have those top three wide receivers under contract right now. They also continued to give youngster
Who’s out there: Teams with salary cap space and a need at wide receiver will have plenty of quality options to choose from. Pittsburgh's
Stat that stands out: Two -- drops by Anquan Boldin in 2012, according to Pro Football Focus. After Boldin uncharacteristically allowed nine passes to clank off his paws in 2011, his hands were back to being like vise grips in 2012. His two drops on catchable passes were the fewest among NFL wide receivers who were targeted at least 100 times, according to Pro Football Focus, and his 2.99 percent drop rate led all wide-outs.
What they might do: The Ravens must first figure out what to do with their current corps of receivers. They are expected to pick up Jones' option, but it's unclear if they will keep Boldin, who will turn 33 in October. Either way, they aren't expected to make a play for one of the top wide receivers on the market. They could, however, use one of their early draft picks on a speedy wide receiver if the right one is still on their board.