3. Kenyan Drake
It seems the Baltimore Ravens are always dealing with injuries at running back forced to turn to a veteran starter in relief. In the 2021 season it was former Atlanta Falcon running back Devonta Freeman this past year it was veteran Kenyan Drake playing a bigger role due to injuries.
Drake is a solid depth piece who averaged 4.4 yards per carry and is a reliable option though not a terribly exciting one. Drake could be put in the same role as Damien Willaims was to start the 2022 season a veteran depth piece that Atlanta can easily move on from if younger pieces prove themselves.
Drake’s best season was in 2020 with the Cardinals when the veteran rushed for 955 yards and had 10 touchdowns on the year. Drake has spent time with the Dolphins, Cardinals, Ravens, and Raiders.
Kenyan has averaged 4.5 yards per carry throughout his career not a homerun hitter but a steady presence that would fit well as depth signing in Arthur Smith’s offense.