Sorry not sure how old this is, but I just saw on the Late for Work post that Champ Bailey was cut by the Broncos and is open to moving to safety. I think this could be a great stop gap and he probably would not come very expensive because of his age. I know our last memory of him is Torrey Smith burning him for 2 TDs, but I'm sure champ still has some very good speed and could be the instinctive center field type guy we want for a year. This could also give some flexibility in the draft for the Ravens to draft a FS in the mid rounds and allow him to sit and learn for a year.
I know this probably isn't ideal but I think with how many holes the Ravens have, signing a quality guy like Champ who already said he is willing to switch to safety as a stop gap could be a good move if very cheap. The FS position could potentially be solved, the Ravens would not have to go into the year with either 2 very young safeties or having to go through another year with Elam at FS, and would not have to spend too much money as they would if they went after a guy like Byrd. If the guy from Louisville is there in the 2nd or 3rd and the Ravens still want to draft him, this shouldnt change a thing because you still probably wouldnt want a rookie and 2nd year starting safeties. Overall I think it could be a great move if the price is right, there just can't be too many downsides to a move like this if he passes his physical and doesnt demand a lot of money