Ravens Rumors: Team Could Look To Add Another Quarterback

The Baltimore Ravens recently made a significant move by securing Lamar Jackson's long-term future with a huge contract extension, solidifying him as their starting quarterback.

However, the team is still looking to address the quarterback position's depth behind him.

Prior to finalizing Jackson's extension, the Ravens expressed interest in Baker Mayfield and Jacoby Brissett as potential options.

With Mayfield and Brissett off the market, the Ravens still remain open to bringing in competition and experience for the backup quarterback roles.

At present, Tyler Huntley and Anthony Brown serve as the backup quarterbacks for the Ravens. Huntley, a former undrafted free agent, received a low restricted free agent tender, providing an affordable option in case Jackson were to miss any time due to injury.

However, to further strengthen their depth, the Ravens recently added journeyman quarterback Josh Johnson to their roster. Despite these acquisitions, the Ravens are reportedly still considering exploring the quarterback market before training camp.

The team has the financial flexibility to pursue available veteran quarterbacks in the free agent market, with options such as Carson Wentz, Teddy Bridgewater, Nick Foles, and Chase Daniel being mentioned.

With ample cap space, the Ravens are well-positioned to make another veteran signing if they decide to do so.

By seeking additional competition and experience at the backup quarterback position, the Ravens aim to ensure they have a solid contingency plan in place behind Lamar Jackson, while also fostering healthy competition within the team. Photo Credit: Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports