Ravens week 5 stock report

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Oct 11, 2015; Baltimore, MD, USA; Cleveland Browns wide receiver Andrew Hawkins (16) leaps but can not make the catch during the second quarter as Baltimore Ravens defensive back Kyle Arrington (24) defends at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

Stock down: Kyle Arrington

When the Ravens signed Kyle Arrington, they hoped that he would both solidify the slot corner position and provide valuable depth in the even of an injury to one of their outside corners.  Arrington has done neither, getting burned in both positions.

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After losing Lardarius Webb and Will Davis injuries this week, the Ravens slid Arrington to the outside and he gave up a key 56 yard play in the 4th quarter and was soft in coverage.

The Ravens should obviously try and get rookie Tray Walker some more snaps as Arrington is not the answer.  He may be a little raw, but I see no true downside for a 1-4 team getting the youngster some quality snaps and seeing if he can rise to the occasion.

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