Ravens: 5 players that improved their stock the most this summer

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The Baltimore Ravens are just about a week away from the start of their 2021 season.

The summer has come and passed and while the team may be worse for wear following a slew of injuries, there were also plenty of positives to take away from the last few months.

The Ravens saw a number of players step up and improve their stock when given the opportunity to shine. Of course, some managed to do so more than others.

While most of the team’s starting lineup was solidified well in advance of training camp, there were still a few noteworthy position battles toward the bottom of the roster.

Players were fighting for snaps and roster spots this summer. Some failed to make an impact and found themselves plummeting down the depth chart while others were a bit more successful.

The players we’re going to talk about on this list made the most of their playing time in the summer. They maximized their preseason snaps and impressed when on the practice field in training camp.

And for that reason, they managed to boost their standing with the organization. Whether that means they earned a roster spot they weren’t originally guaranteed or that they played their way into the team’s weekly plans.

Either way, these five players improved their stock the most this summer.