Outlook: The wide receiver position remains an elusive fix for Newsome. He has never drafted a wide receiver who went to the Pro Bowl and the three first-round receivers he's taken – Travis Taylor in 2000, Mark Clayton in 2005 and Perriman in 2015 – have been disappointments. Perriman, at least, still has an opportunity to change that narrative. The Ravens will almost certainly have the opportunity to select one of the top three receivers available: Davis, Ross or Williams. They've done their due diligence on all of them, bringing them in for visits. Team officials have talked about adding a complementary, possession receiver to pair with speedsters Wallace and Perriman. Davis or Williams probably fit that mold best although Ross is hardly a one-dimensional deep threat. All three players would provide a much-needed boost to a receiver group that lacks an accomplished playmaker behind Wallace. If the Ravens pass on a receiver in the first round and Smith-Schuster is still on the board in the middle of round two, the former Trojan who has drawn some comparisons to Anquan Boldin would be a great fit. The pressure is on Newsome and company to get Flacco some outside help.