Anquan Boldin/WR - The veteran receiver will give the Ravens another badly needed passing option. He'll also give them an inside presence in their passing game.
Donte' Stallworth/WR - If he stays out of trouble, Stallworth will give the Ravens badly needed speed at the receiver position.
Cory Redding/DL - He'll provide badly needed depth on their defensive line.
Kelley Washington/WR - Washington fits in as a third or fourth receiver. He also is a good special teams player.
David Tyree/WR - The special teams ace should find work closer to the start of training camps.
Quinn Sypniewski/TE - He was waived earlier this year after not passing a team physical.
L.J. Smith/TE - He's had his chances to gain a significant role over the years, but injuries have hampered a once promising career.
Adam Terry/OT - Terry was not tendered as a restricted free agent, but found a backup role with the Indianapolis Colts.
Dwan Edwards/DE - The former second-round pick will fit in well with the Buffalo Bills.
Justin Bannan/DT - He found a big payday with the Denver Broncos.
Corey Ivy/CB - The journeyman cornerback fits in a dime role.
Frank Walker/CB - The veteran defensive back figures to sign with a team after the draft. He fits in a dime or nickel role.
Pre-Draft Team Needs
Cornerback - Starter Fabian Washington is coming back from ACL surgery and is on a one-year deal. Second-year CB Lardarius Webb, who played well as a rookie, also tore his ACL last season.
Defensive End - Veteran DE Trevor Pryce turns 35 in August and they have no viable long-term replacement for him. They also have to replace Edwards' role.
Wide Receiver - The only speed receiver currently on their 80-man roster is Stallworth. It's not like he can be counted on at all based on his checkered past.
Inside Linebacker - With veteran LB Ray Lewis turning 35 in May, it's time that the team starts to look at his potential replacement. While Dannell Ellerbe did a nice job last season, it remains to be seen if the team believes he'll be Lewis' successor.
Free Safety - Veteran Ed Reed turns 32 in September and may retire. It remains to be seen if Tom Zbikowski is his long-term replacement.
Other Issues to Address
Offensive Tackle Depth
Running Back Depth