The signing of Elvis Dumervil was great for the Baltimore Ravens, they got a quality pass rusher at a quality price. They actually ended up paying less for Dumervil than Cleveland spent on former Raven Paul Kruger. Now the team has to look towards two other positions they will need to add veteran depth.
The Ravens are still in need of inside linebackers and safeties. They do have in house options for these positions like James Ihedigbo at safety and Albert McClellan at inside linebacker but the team depth at these positions is non-existent. Which area should be most important for the Ravens in free agency? They will definitely be able to add through the draft as well but for which position does free agency hold the better options?
The Ravens are said to have interest in former Oakland Raider Corner/safety Michael Huff, who would be a welcome addition to the secondary. Also there is inside linebacker Karlos Dansby still available on the free agent market. Even if the team does decide to draft heavy at safety and linebacker it wouldn't hurt to bring in veteran talent for the transitional year, 2013.
Where should the Ravens look next?