Seemingly year-in and year-out, the Ravens have been short a receiver or two.
That's no longer a problem.
In fact, the Ravens now will have some difficult decisions to make regarding their receiving corps. You see, they have too many options to choose from.
Yes, you read that correctly. The Ravens have too many wide receivers.
Here's the list of wideouts who are in the mix this season:
Mark Clayton (given an RFA tender, but has yet to sign)
I'll make a bold prediction here and claim that it's probably safe to pencil Boldin in as the No. 1 among that group. Mason will slot in as the No. 2, and Stallworth will have the inside track at the third wide receiver job.
But other than that, the rest is up in the air.
Can Clayton push Stallworth for the No. 3 spot? Will Clayton even make the 53-man roster?
Will Reed, the recent fifth-round pick, win a spot as a receiver/kickoff returner? Can Smith bounce back from an ACL injury and earn a role on the team? Can Harper prove he can consistently play at a high level?
Will Williams shock the Baltimore area, finally live up to his potential, and have a shot at a roster spot?
I ask a lot of questions. It's time for you to provide the answers.
What's your take on how the receiving corps should look? Do you think someone on that list deserves special consideration? Is there someone that should be tossed out as an option right off the bat?
How do you want the wide receiver depth chart to read when the Ravens open the regular season?