Add another down-field threat: The Ravens were never going to be in play for some of the top free agent wide receivers because they didn’t have enough cap room. So they knew all along that their best chance at upgrading their wide receiving core would come in April’s draft. Ideally, they’d like to get quicker on the outside opposite Torrey Smith, and move Anquan Boldin, in certain situations, into the slot. If a guy like Georgia Tech’s Stephen Hill is available when the Ravens pick at 29, he could be very hard for them to pass up. Even if it’s not in the first round, it would be surprising if the Ravens didn’t take a wide receiver at some point relatively early in the draft. They still have high hopes for LaQuan Williams and Tandon Doss, but they want to add one more guy. And with the free agent wide receiver market down to either career underachievers or questionable character guys like Plaxico Burress and Braylon Edwards, the draft is pretty much the only place they can do it.