24. Baltimore Ravens
The Baltimore Ravens have kept themselves busy so far in free agency, and it doesn’t look like they’re ready to slow down anytime soon when looking at all of the areas, such as cornerback and wide receiver, that still need to be addressed. Instead of using the franchise tag on Brandon Williams, the Ravens were fortunate enough to sign the defensive tackle to a hefty long-term deal (five-year, $54 million) to keep him around for years to come.
Over the years, Baltimore has always been known to have one of the league’s top defenses, and the team knew figuring out a way to make Williams happy was one of their top priorities of the offseason. Williams was one of the main reasons behind the defense being so successful at stopping the run in 2016, and there’s a good chance the Ravens’ unit will rank near the top of the league once again next season.
When it comes to underrated moves made in free agency, the one name to keep an eye on over the next few months is Danny Woodhead, who spent the last four seasons as a member of the San Diego Chargers. Woodhead suffered a devastating torn ACL in Week 2 of last season, but assuming all continues to go well during his recovery process, the running back should turn out to be a nice compliment for Joe Flacco on offense.