3. Devin Duvernay
L.A.'s wide receiver corps could look a lot different once the dust settles on this offseason. Aside from big decisions that need to be made on Keenan Allen and Mike Williams, the Chargers must also address their supporting cast around whoever is the WR1 in 2024.
One WR3 option who offers plenty of intrigue is Devin Duvernay.
The University of Texas product burst onto the scene in the return game for Baltimore to begin his career, earning two Pro Bowl selections and even making First Team All-Pro in 2021. He then took a leap as a wideout in 2022, setting career highs in receptions (49), yards (407) and TDs (3).
Yet, with Roman gone this past season, Duvernay saw his role significantly scaled back on offense. He logged a meager 4 receptions and 18 yards, though a back injury that landed him on IR is at least partially to blame.
Still, it's obvious Duvernay isn't a priority for the Ravens, and he might want a chance for a bigger opportunity on offense. His career bests with Roman calling the plays could make him very receptive to a reunion, especially if the Chargers lose a top veteran target or two this offseason.
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