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What is the biggest need crows remaining out of season?

The consensus is that the two remaining items on Baltimore’s off-season to-do list add fast passes and a wide receiver. There is a guess about the most urgent need.

Pro Football Network’s Dallas Robinson believes the Ravens’ biggest remaining need is in a wide receiver.

“The Ravens have filled most of their needs through free agency and enlistment, but the wide receiver remains a glaring problem,” Robinson wrote. “Rushod Pittman, the 2021 first-round pick, will advance to the first round in Baltimore after the club traded Marquis Brown for the Cardinals. Behind Pittman, the Ravens have a cadre of uncertain young passers in Devin DuVernay, James Bruch, and Tylan Wallace.”

Robinson said the Ravens should sign seven-time Pro Bowl recipient Julio Jones.

“The seasoned receiver makes sense to the crows, and Jones was giving them a disputing threat to hunt from abroad,” Robinson wrote. “Julio has not been able to stay healthy in recent years, he has missed 14 games in the past two seasons. However, Baltimore can still take that risk, given that the 33-year-old shouldn’t get a big salary.”

NFL.com’s Kevin Batra said the crows’ need for an edge pusher should take precedence.

“Most of the focus was on the Ravens’ receiving corps following the Marquis trade of ‘Hollywood’ Brown to Arizona in April, but the reckless edges were also evident,” Batra wrote. “Who will dissuade against Odafe Oweh in Mike McDonald’s defense?” Batra Books. The Ravens recruited David Ogabo in the second round, and he should steal, but who knows when he will be healthy enough to be a volatile player after he ruptured his Achilles tendon in March.

“Tyus Bowser will also come out of hock surgery. In addition, the team is still in mourning after the heartbreaking news this week of Jaylon Ferguson’s death. For a defense without other weaknesses on paper, adding another forward defender will help relieve the pressure of an inexperienced depth And their men are coming back from injury.”

Two of the seasoned outside players the Ravens could sign are Pro Bowler Jason Pierre-Paul, 33, and four-time Pro Bowler Justin Houston, also 33.

Pierre Paul reportedly visited Ravens earlier this month. The Ravens used Houston’s unrestricted free-agent tender, which means they’ll retain exclusive negotiating rights with him if he doesn’t sign with another team by July 22.