Ravens GM Won’t Rule Out Drafting A QB In 2023 Draft, Will Meet With Anthony Richardson

There’s another twist to the Lamar Jackson saga.

Meeting with reporters ahead of the 2023 NFL Draft, Baltimore Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta did not rule out drafting a quarterback in the 2023 NFL Draft.

In fact, the Baltimore Ravens are expected to meet with one of the top quarterback prospects — Anthony Richardson — in the coming days:

The Ravens will have the 22nd pick in the 2023 Draft and will likely be out of reach of the consensus top four QB prospects (Bryce Young, C.J. Stroud, Anthony Richardson and Will Levis) will be selected – but DeCosta implies that there are other QBs he could be interested in.


Meanwhile, the Ravens current starting quarterback — Lamar Jackson — has requested a trade and is allowed to talk to other teams but so far, there hasn’t been much interest in the 26-year-old.