The Baltimore Ravens entered the offseason with both starting offensive tackles, Michael Oher and Eugene Monroe, set to hit free agency in March. As the NFL free agency period draws closer, it is crucial for the Ravens to determine which player they will make a priority and they have already identified which man that will be.
According to the Baltimore Sun, Monroe is believed to be the Ravens long-term answer to protect Joe Flacco’s blindside and re-signing the left tackle is a priority for the Ravens.
The team is also expected to let Oher test the open market and walk in free agency.
After giving up two draft picks to the Jacksonville Jaguars in exchange for Monroe, it should come as no surprise that they view him as the most valuable and capable of the team’s free agent offensive tackles.