In the past three years, the Ravens have gone from having one of the older rosters in the NFL to being in the middle of the pack.
Will they be even younger this year after bringing in a nine-man draft class and signing a boatload of college free agents?
It’s hard to tell now. Calculating a team’s average age when there are 90 players on the roster – and in the Ravens’ case, 25 rookies – is pointless. Most of the rookie free agents won’t make the regular-season roster and the Ravens could still add or release some veterans.
When they got down to the requisite 53 players before last year’s season opener, the average age of the...