The Ravens front office did not draft a receiver. Inhale, exhale and relax. Not only is there still time in the offseason, but the receivers on the roster, notably Breshad Perriman, still have a lot to prove and have not had the time to prove it.
Barring injury (please God) this will be Perriman's first complete offseason. He now has chance to enter and undergo a full training camp, therefore practicing with the maximum ammount of reps.
The lack of chemistry with Joe Flacco was apparent this past season, especially on stop routes along the sidelines where Flacco's ball placement was often wayward and the ball was being thrown much after Perriman turned around.
If Perriman and Flacco can go through an entire training camp and an entire pre-season together, the resulting chemistry gained could help mitigate the loss of Steve Smith, and perhaps even help Breshad Perriman ascend as a number one wide receiver.
Perriman and Flacco have a lot of things to iron out. Perriman still fights the ball and his transition to a runner after catching the ball is still not as smooth as it could be. The timing on routes that demand to be sharp - like slants, comebacks and back shoulder fades was not present last year. They have the opportunity to make big strides in the coming offseason. It would not be a stretch to say that it is paramount for the two players in question to find their groove.