When you consider that the Ravens also watched their best pass rusher, Za’Darius Smith, sign with the Green Bay Packers on Tuesday, it becomes a bigger deal. We knew the Ravens were unlikely to bid competitively for Smith, who’ll make a whopping $16 million per year. (He joins a line of departed pass rushers that includes Paul Kruger and Pernell McPhee, and the Ravens have generally gotten those calls right.) With Suggs in the fold along with Judon, they would not have needed to shop on the inflated market for edge defenders. But with Suggs and Smith both gone, they’re extremely thin at one of the NFL’s premium positions. Martindale’s creative blitzes can only produce so much pressure if he’s short on talent.