2. Is Daryl Worley a lock to make the Baltimore Ravens roster?
Daryl Worley entered the preseason firmly on the roster bubble. He was a depth cornerback, but there were reports that he was also getting work at safety. Did the hybrid role do enough to earn him a roster spot?
Worley ended up playing safety, and he started and played nearly the entire game. His 75 snaps led the Baltimore Ravens. He was solid in coverage, had two sacks, and three run stops in the game. More than that, he had 12 special teams snaps and was the highest-graded special teams option, per PFF. Playing a full game and getting special teams work is impressive, no matter how you look at it.
Worley did everything he needed to do to ensure that he would make the roster. He can play outside, the slot, safety, and special teams. The Ravens gave him as much work as he could handle to get a long look and he played well. What more he can do in the coming weeks?