Ravens: 4 veterans that are likely to be cut this summer

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The Baltimore Ravens have one of the older rosters in the NFL. While they undoubtedly have their fair share of young stars, a number of aging veterans make up the backbone of their roster.

Players like Calais Campbell, Kevin Zeitler, and Brandon Williams are all on the wrong side of 30 and will each play key roles in 2021. That’s not including special teamers like Justin Tucker and the ageless wonder Sam Koch.

Yes, the Ravens have plenty of veterans. But when discussing players on the roster bubble, one’s mind typically shifts to the young players on the roster fighting for their jobs.

After all, isn’t that what training camp is typically about?

The Ravens will have plenty of roster battles this summer, as is always the case. From cornerback to wide receiver, various position groups will be the focal point of fierce training camp competitions.

A deep roster could prove to be bad news for some of the bubble players on the team. But those bubble guys aren’t always rookies or second-year players.

The Ravens have a few veterans on the roster who will be competing to remain with the organization this summer. Some of whom already seem to have their fates sealed.

Which players are we talking about? We take a look at four veterans on the Ravens roster who are likely to get cut following the preseason.