Breaking: Ravens Closing In On Deal To Sign $19.25 Million Former All-Pro As Free Agent

Breaking: Ravens Closing In On Deal To Sign $19.25 Million Former All-Pro As Free Agent

In free agency, the Baltimore Ravens may sign another elite player to bolster their roster.


Although the Baltimore Ravens have strengthened their roster through the draft and free agency, there are still a few veterans that are worth considering that will require a place to play in 2024.

Among them is Micah Hyde, a former safety for the Buffalo Bills who spent two seasons in western New York and was selected to the second team of the All-Pro team.

If the 33-year-old were to join with a new team this summer, CBS Sports thinks the Ravens are the greatest option for him.

“The Ravens didn’t take a safety until pick No. 250 in this year’s draft, and could use more depth at the position with Geno Stone departing. They have Marcus Williams and Kyle Hamilton back there, but Baltimore has ran three-safety sets in the past,” CBS Sports writes.

“This isn’t a need for Baltimore, but more of a luxury if Williams or Hamilton goes down. Hyde is a natural leader and hard hitter on defense, even with his declining coverage skills. He would be a welcome piece.”

Hyde played 14 games for the Bills last season, recording 54 tackles and two interceptions, proving he can still be a key piece for a secondary. He likely wouldn’t start for the Ravens, but if he was prioritizing competing for a championship over playing time, Baltimore could be an option for the 11-year veteran.

 

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