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Baltimore Ravens vs Miami Dolphins: Players we'd like to see in purple

The Dolphins have a few good players. Which ones do you want on the Ravens?

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The Dolphins were being hailed as a possible AFC playoff contender during the offseason. They added Ndamukong Suh to a defense that already had Cameron Wake and Olivier Vernon. They got more weapons for Ryan Tannehill in Greg Jennings, Kenny Stills, Jordan Cameron, and DeVante Parker. All signs pointed to the Dolphins making the playoffs for the first time since 2008. Then Joe Philbin was fired after the Dolphins got blown out by the Jets in London. The Dolphins might be hitting the reset button again, but they still have some players that can help.

Ndamukong Suh

The Ravens already have an incredibly deep defensive line with Brandon Williams, Timmy Jernigan, Lawrence Guy, Chris Canty, Carl Davis, and Brent Urban. A Ravens front-seven with Ndamukong Suh would be devastating. Williams and Suh coming up the middle would be every quarterbacks' nightmare and could seriously help the Ravens pass rush concerns.

Jarvis Landry

The Dolphins wide receiver currently has 76 receptions for 816 yards and four touchdowns. He'd be the best wide receiver on the squad and he'd give the Ravens a massive boost in the passing game. With the loss of Steve Smith Sr., no Ravens wide receiver has been consistent enough to be an actual threat in the passing game. With Landry, they get a young one at only 23-years old.

Reshad Jones

Jones is one of the best safeties in the NFL. With 13 career interceptions, three of them going back for touchdowns, he'd be a valuable partner in crime for Will Hill on the back-end of the secondary. His play and notoriety would goa long way towards fixing a really bad Ravens pass defense.

Rishard Matthews

Matthews currently has 43 receptions for 662 yards, four touchdowns, and 31 first downs. He'd be a nice addition to the Ravens and he might actually be a Raven, as he is entering free agency and probably won't cost very much. Matthews is a big, receiver that makes his money by going over the middle. He has just enough speed to take you deep occasionally, but knows how to get open and catch the ball consistently.