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

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3. Davontae Harris, CB, Ravens

The Ravens likely have the deepest and most talented cornerback room in the NFL. So much so that we could have put at least two or three players on this list just from this position alone.

In the end, we went with 26-year-old Davontae Harris who seems unlikely to earn a roster spot this summer.

Harris was claimed off waivers by Baltimore in November of last year and he received playing time in a total of three games (technically he played four) before landing on the injured reserve with a thigh injury.

He held his own in limited action, but it’s hard to see him making the team given the depth the Ravens have at cornerback.

Marlon Humphrey, Marcus Peters, Tavon Young, Jimmy Smith, and Anthony Averett are all roster locks. The same is likely true for fifth-round pick Shaun Wade who should be competing for snaps at nickel cornerback.

That’s not even including third-round pick Brandon Stephens who has experience playing cornerback. There’s also former undrafted rookie Khalil Dorsey who has impressed the coaching staff.

There isn’t any room for Harris on the roster barring multiple injuries.

He held his own last season and can be a reliable special-teams contributor, but the Ravens will likely cut ties with Harris this summer.