4. Baltimore Ravens
The Ravens used to have issues when it came to their receiver room but for anyone who's watched them play this season, you'll know that's no longer the case. The Ravens have Zay Flowers, Odell Beckham Jr., and Rashod Bateman to name a few receiver targets at Lamar Jackson's disposal so the soon-to-be two-time MVP isn't struggling to find someone to get the ball to anymore.
If the Ravens don't need receivers, why are they on a list of potential suitors for Mike Evans then? Well, that one is easy.
First and foremost, who wouldn't want Evans on their team even if they already have an embarrassment of riches on their roster? Evans would only make the Ravens more invincible on the field.
Secondly, Evans has a connection to Ravens offensive coordinator Todd Monken from their time together from 2016 to 2018. Monkey served as the Bucs offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach in 2016 and 2017 and then was solely the offensive coordinator in 2018. During that time, Evans was a complete freak of nature, notching at least 1,000 receiving yards every year. He had a career-high of 1,524 yards in 2018 when Monken was his OC.
If the Ravens could reunite Evans and Monken, just imagine how much more explosive the Ravens offense would be. Holy cow.