Outlook: The fact that the Ravens have hosted workouts and met with several quarterbacks shows that they are serious about adding one. Taylor has struggled at times in the preseason and in spot duty and with the former sixth-round pick heading toward free agency next year, the Ravens know that they'll have to start grooming a young quarterback behind Flacco soon. This, however, might be a year too early to invest an early or mid-round pick on one. Flacco has started every game of his six-year NFL career and his durability is one of his biggest assets. The Ravens also are keeping an eye on the Houston Texans' quarterback situation with either T.J. Yates or Case Keenum, who both have familiarity with Gary Kubiak's offense, possibly getting their release after the draft. The Ravens would be intrigued, especially by Yates. It appears that the most likely scenario is the Ravens waiting until later in the draft and drafting a developmental quarterback. However, they might not be able to resist a guy like Garoppolo or McCarron if they are available in the compensatory portion of the third round.