Ravens depth chart: 3 veterans on the roster bubble
The Ravens don’t have a lot of positions to turn over entering training camp, yet these three returning veterans find themselves on the roster bubble.
Like most teams in top contention for a Super Bowl, the Baltimore Ravens didn’t have to worry too much about changing out a number of positions during the offseason. Despite an active and impressive NFL Draft and some notable additions in free agency, head coach John Harbaugh’s squad will look a lot like the 14-2 team it was last season.
And that’s a good thing.
It also means Baltimore is in a position where it can part ways with players no longer deemed necessary to continue the organization’s success. This is a luxury only the best and deepest teams around the league have, and the Ravens fanbase can feel pretty comfortable knowing whatever cuts may come between now and Week 1 are more than justified. As tough as some may be, there’s going to be some chances for improvement.
A number of positions are up for grabs, yes. The interior of the offensive line has some question marks. So does wide receiver and depth at running back. Those are the three spots most likely to garner the most attention in camp.
Not surprisingly, those are the positions likely to generate some somewhat shocking roster cuts, too.
Because of this, there are more than a handful of veteran players who enter camp on the roster bubble. Some of them are there for good reason, although a number of others could wind up being a bit of a surprise if they don’t make the 53-man roster.
Let’s take a look at three players who fall into that bubble-watch category with Baltimore ramping up its 2020 training camp program.