June 21, 2024

The Baltimore Ravens have glaring receiver issues, and in the first round of the NFL Draft, Pro Football Network has the franchise taking Florida State star Keon Coleman.

The Baltimore Ravens offense was one of the best in football last season in Todd Monken’s first year as offensive coordinator. But this offseason, the unit has seen multiple starting linemen in Morgan Moses (traded), Kevin Zeitler and John Simpson leave in free agency.

 

Odell Beckham Jr. won’t be returning to Baltimore in 2024, which leaves Lamar Jackson a little thin on firepower out wide. While the addition of Derrick Henry will be a huge boost to an already stellar run game, Jackson needs weapons on the outside.

With Zay Flowers, Rashod Bateman, Mark Andrews, Nelson Agholor, and Isaiah Likely, the Ravens could do with another pass catcher. In Will Helms’ latest mock draft for Pro Football Network, he has the Ravens glossing over their offensive line needs and selecting a physically imposing receiver in Florida State’s Keon Coleman.

“The more I watch Keon Coleman, the more I’m convinced he was misused a bit in Tallahassee,” Helms wrote. “Coleman led the country in targets on screens, even though he struggled some after the catch. In a more balanced offense and a defined role in Baltimore, he could thrive in a limited route tree.”

NFL Mock: Baltimore Ravens Get Lamar Jackson New Offensive Weapon

The Baltimore Ravens have glaring receiver issues, and in the first round of the NFL Draft, Pro Football Network has the franchise taking Florida State star Keon Coleman

The Baltimore Ravens offense was one of the best in football last season in Todd Monken’s first year as offensive coordinator. But this offseason, the unit has seen multiple starting linemen in Morgan Moses (traded), Kevin Zeitler and John Simpson leave in free agency.

Odell Beckham Jr. won’t be returning to Baltimore in 2024, which leaves Lamar Jackson a little thin on firepower out wide. While the addition of Derrick Henry will be a huge boost to an already stellar run game, Jackson needs weapons on the outside

With Zay Flowers, Rashod Bateman, Mark Andrews, Nelson Agholor, and Isaiah Likely, the Ravens could do with another pass catcher. In Will Helms’ latest mock draft for Pro Football Network, he has the Ravens glossing over their offensive line needs and selecting a physically imposing receiver in Florida State’s Keon Coleman.

“The more I watch Keon Coleman, the more I’m convinced he was misused a bit in Tallahassee,” Helms wrote. “Coleman led the country in targets on screens, even though he struggled some after the catch. In a more balanced offense and a defined role in Baltimore, he could thrive in a limited route tree.”

It is no secret that the Ravens have good weapons for Lamar, but what they don’t have is a physically imposing receiver like Coleman

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