They’ll have to consider every possible avenue in adding talent at the position. That means potential trades, being aggressive in the draft and also signing a free-agent pass catcher or two. The free-agent receiver market does look weak, and it will get even weaker if Allen Robinson and Sammy Watkins are franchised. But there are still a handful of potential free-agent receivers with some upside, such as Marqise Lee, John Brown and Taylor Gabriel. Several accomplished veteran receivers will be released in the coming weeks, so the pool of available targets should expand. And while the draft lacks an elite group of receivers, there’s a deep crop of quality pass catchers to be had in rounds two through five. The Ravens have to hit on one or two of them. Look, there are no elite, bona fide No. 1 receivers in their prime who are available. There is enough out there, though, for the Ravens to build a solid and diverse receiving group.