The 2019 NFL draft outlook continues to change with every free-agent announcement.
Free agency technically started Wednesday, though teams were hard at work since Monday thanks to the opening of the legal-tampering window. Teams already watching as ink dries on new contracts have to run back to the draft board and, at the very least, rearrange the needs rankings while bouncing around pro days.
The Baltimore Ravens, for example, struck up a deal with Earl Thomas, giving him a four-year contract worth $55 million, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. It frees up the Ravens to go after other prominent needs, which in turn could push prospects down the board to other needy teams, greatly changing how things unfold.