10 Baltimore Ravens players who have their stock rising after preseason week one

The Baltimore Ravens saw so many players improve their status in the preseason.

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The preseason is all about players increasing their stock. Whether they are attempting to get themselves onto the roster or move up the depth chart, there is plenty to be gained from these games. Who are some players on the Baltimore Ravens that saw their stock rise after their preseason debut win over the Philadelphia Eagles?

10. Laquon Treadwell is close to locking up a roster spot with the Baltimore Ravens

One of the players who has consistently had his stock rise this offseason is Laquon Treadwell. He has been trending up with strong catches and highlights while filling in for some of the injured Ravens wideouts. Treadwell played 22 snaps on Saturday, and while it was not significant, what he did on special teams was arguably a bigger note anyway.

Treadwell only played eight snaps, but had a tackle, was active on every phase, and was second on the Baltimore Ravens in special teams grade, per PFF. He was out there with the starting special teams units, and it looks like he has a role locked down via special teams.

This is huge because if he makes the roster, it would be as a sixth wide receiver. Yes, Zay Flowers is a rookie, and Odell Beckham and Rashode Bateman have an injury history. However, the odds of Treadwell getting on the field are low, and he is probably behind both Devin Duvernay and Nelson Agholor to get on the offensive field. If Treadwell is going to earn a job, it is special teams. He checked that box in a big way.