By Matthew Stevens
Following the 2019 NFL draft, the league is entering the second wave of free agency. With veterans getting cut as their rookie counterparts take their jobs and free agents from before the draft still being available, it’s a chance for teams like the Baltimore Ravens to scoop up more talent.
Just because the biggest names of free agency have signed elsewhere doesn’t mean the Ravens can’t find impact players at this stage. In fact, many of Baltimore’s biggest signings have come in this second wave of free agency because they don’t count against the compensatory pick formula.
Let’s take a look at the top free agents still remaining:
Baltimore had brought in pass rusher Ezekiel Ansah for a visit prior to the 2019 NFL draft. With Ansah having agreed to sign with the Seattle Seahawks, the Ravens will have to look elsewhere. That could come in the form of Perry.
Perry had a down year with the Green Bay Packers in 2018, playing in just nine games before heading to injured reserve. It would be the second consecutive season Perry would finish on IR. The Packers’ signing of former Raven Za’Darius Smith this offseason left Perry without a place on the...