It is no secret that the Baltimore Ravens’ offense suffered from a severe lack of firepower throughout the 2017 NFL season. As a result, they could be among the suitors looking to acquire the services of free agent tight end Jimmy Graham, formerly of the New Orleans Saints and currently Seattle Seahawks (depending on the 2018 offseason) Although he endured an underwhelming tenure in Seattle, he is still one of the best red zone threats in the league. According to ESPN’s Jamison Hensley, the Ravens could make a strong push for Graham this offseason at the right price: Baltimore desperately needs playmakers for quarterback Joe Flacco, and Graham can be a difference-maker in the red zone. Graham scored 10 touchdowns last season, which led all tight ends and doubled the production of all of the Ravens’ tight ends combined (five touchdowns). Flacco has always loved throwing to tight ends, and the Ravens relied heavily on 37-year-old Ben Watson because Nick Boyle and Maxx Williams were primarily blocking tight ends.