Baltimore Ravens: 5 players who won’t be back in 2022

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The Baltimore Ravens, for the most part, have a lengthy history of establishing a core and doing everything they can to keep that core together.

It’s rare that we see this franchise make a ton of high-profile changes in the offseason, which is part of the reason they’ve been so successful for as long as they have.

Just one look at the roster will provide you with a look at players who have been with the franchise for over half a decade, some even longer.

The likes of Jimmy Smith, Anthony Levine, Brandon Williams, Sam Koch, and Justin Tucker have all had lengthy stints with the organization.

Others such as Pernell McPhee and Josh Bynes have departed only to return later as veterans looking to finish out their careers.

The Ravens love stability and continuity. Unfortunately, the NFL is an ever-changing business and sometimes teams have to make moves that are best for their future.

Be it because of the salary cap or on-field abilities, a handful of players on the current roster seem destined to be looking for new homes in 2022.

The Ravens will be forced to make some changes in the offseason. That much is a given. But which players are most likely to be departing for new pastures?

Let’s take a look at five players who probably won’t be on the Ravens roster in 2022.