Aug 9, 2013; Philadelphia, PA, USA; New England Patriots wide receiver Kamar Aiken (16) attempts to elude the tackle of Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Travis Long (48) and Eagles free safety Colt Anderson (30) during the second half of a preseason game at Lincoln Financial Field. The Patriots won 31-22. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports
There’s a reason why we refer to the NFL as the “Not For Long” league. Changes happen seemingly at the speed of light. One day you’re a superstar, the next day you’re on I.R. or standing in the unemployment line. Competition is fierce, and for every position on a team there are dozens of hungry and talented players fighting for it. Get complacent, and eventually you will lose your job. It’s why we speculate and obsess over roster movements, and why we are presenting you with regular updates on the Baltimore Ravens projected final 53 player roster.
These harsh realities are what makes professional football the best sport in the world. It’s why we love it, and it’s why the NFL is able to put such as great product on the field every year. And unlike others sports, we don’t have the same team winning year after year (*yawn*) with insanely and unfairly talented teams built by a rich owners.
As we glide towards first and final cuts, we will be giving you updated projections for the Baltimore Ravens final 53 man roster based on the ever changing landscape of the team. Since change is inevitable through this process, our projections are sure to change at least a little. Click on for our projected roster, position by position, and see if you agree with our latest projections.