Free agency hasn't even started yet and Von Miller (franchised by Denver), Jason Pierre-Paul (re-signed with Giants), Mario Williams (signed with Miami), Tamba Hali (re-signed with Kansas City), Bruce Irvin (signed with Oakland) and Charles Johnson (re-signed with Carolina) are all essentially off the market. Finding a pass rusher this offseason – and remember, Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti said that he'd like to add two of them – might be the hardest task for general manager Ozzie Newsome and company. Who is still available? Greg Hardy, Aldon Smith; OK, let's not go there. The Ravens seemingly don't have the salary cap space to get involved with Miami's Olivier Vernon. Robert Ayers, Chris Long and William Hayes would probably help, but it sounds like the market for those guys will be robust. Drafting Joey Bosa at six overall, or trading back in the 10-to-12 range and selecting Noah Spence is looking better by the day.