The Baltimore Ravens are getting ready for the fourth and final preseason game. There is a fairly good idea of what the team is going to look like. There still are some things undecided:
The Baltimore Ravens don’t have to trim their roster down until they battle the Washington Redskins in the fourth preseason game. It’s hard to build up excitement for the fourth preseason game. The one thing that pulls you in are the roster battles that are undecided. The fourth preseason game is the chance for players on the roster bubble to get one last game to show themselves. The players who have a spot on the 53 man roster probably won’t play much at all. The starters have this game off and there is no question about that.
There are a lot of things that have already been locked down. We know that Lamar Jackson is the starting quarterback and that Robert Griffin III is the backup. We know that the Ravens have a great tight end group with Mark Andrews, Hayden Hurst and Nick Boyle. Pat Ricard is the fullback and he can get some work done on defense as a two-way player. There is a battle for the last one or two wide receiver spots however we know that Marquise Brown, Miles Boykin and Willie Snead look to be the main three targets. The same thing can be said about the offensive line; we know who the locks are but it remains to be seen who will join them.
You can go down the roster all the way to the defensive backs and special teams players and you will find plenty of spots already locked up. Listing the players who have already punched their ticket to the regular season isn’t what we’re here for. Let’s take a look at what is up for grabs in relation to the 53 man roster.