Player acquisitions: The owners' meetings provide team decision-makers with an opportunity to meet face-to-face with other organizations to discuss potential deals. But beyond that, agents also descend on the three-day gathering, looking to find homes for their remaining free agents. There are still plenty of talented players available, including guys like running back LeGarrette Blount, tight end Owen Daniels and guard Travelle Wharton, who all could be potential fits for the Ravens. After a frenzied first week, general manager Ozzie Newsome and company have mostly monitored the market, waiting for prices to drop. They're not done. They still have enough salary cap room to make a couple moves and plug a few more holes on the roster. The Ravens need another starting-caliber offensive lineman – either a right tackle or left guard depending on where Kelechi Osemele will play -- and they could use more depth at running back, tight end, inside linebacker, cornerback, safety and along the defensive line. Most of those needs will obviously be addressed in May's draft.