Ravens 53 player final roster prediction


Aug 13, 2015; Baltimore, MD, USA; New Orleans Saints cornerback Damian Swann (38) tackles Baltimore Ravens wide receiver DeAndre Carter (16) during the fourth quarter in a preseason NFL football game at M&T Bank Stadium. Baltimore Ravens defeated New Orleans Saints 30-27. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

With one week of preseason NFL football in the books, we’ve got a pretty good idea of how teams view their current rosters.  Sure, there’s still time for some fringe players to make an impression and save their jobs, but they are running out of time.

That also means that we can start predicting how these team’s rosters will look once week 1 of the regular season begins.  The Baltimore Ravens still have a few guys hanging on and fighting for roster spots, and those players have a little bit of time left to make a lasting impression and save their jobs.

Saturday night will prove to be a nice test for those fringe roster prospects.  With a nationally televised game against the Eagles, they get a chance to shine on TV.  For some, it could be the defining moment that launches a career.   For others, it could be their last hurrah.

Speaking of making an impression, both Michael Campanaro and Lorenzo Taliaferro struck first blood in the respective wide receiver and running back competitions by outperforming everyone else against the Saints.  Those battles, however, are probably far from over.

Hope you enjoy today’s links!

Baltimore Ravens news and notes from around the FanSided network

2016 NFL mock draft: Big changes at the topErik Lambert, NFL Mocks

Baltimore Ravens news and notes from around the rest of the interwebs

Ravens 53 man roster projectionBrian Bower, Russell Street Report

Ravens coach John Harbaugh says referees would be better prepared with more training camp timeJamison Hensley, ESPN

Michael Campanaro stands out on night where other wide receivers don’tJeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun

Lorenzo Taliaferro makes claim for no. 2 jobRyan Mink, BaltimoreRavens.com

Kendrick Lewis’ post-Katrina path led him to RavensJeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun

Next: Preseason winners and losers, week one

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