Bad news for the Ravens: They entered this offseason with considerable uncertainty at key positions, including the coaching staff.
Good news for the Ravens: Two division rivals probably have it worse.
As John Harbaugh and Co. look to return to the playoffs for the first time since 2014 after .500-or-worse records in three of the past four seasons, they can take some solace in the obvious troubles of the Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns.
In a review of five offseason NFL power rankings, the Browns, after a 1-15 season in 2016, were ranked dead last in each publication. The Bengals' average rank of No. 21 was...