Things change quickly in the NFL, just ask the 2013 Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens. The team went through several roster changes after winning the big game and it showed last season as the team missed the playoffs.
The loss of several starters from the defense was a concern entering last season, but the offensive production was the ultimate decider in how the team performed. General Manager Ozzie Newsome is now looking to add more talent on that side of the ball and it all could start with a trade.
The New England patriots have already lost interest in Danny Amendola and reports are the team could release the wide receiver next month. Baltimore showed some interest in the 28 year-old last year and could acquire the sure handed wide out with a trade before the upcoming NFL Draft.
The good news for the Ravens, i would likely take just a late round pick to add a proven, yet often injured player to the roster. Amendola has 250 receptions over his five year career and would give Joe Flacco a solid target and the team some much needed depth at the position.
With the Ravens looking to get back as the best team in the AFC North, making a deal for a player that could lead the team in receptions is a good move and despite injury concerns, Amendola is a terrific team player and a receiver that can make that clutch catch in crucial situations, something this team lacked in 2013.