14. DB Jeremy Lucien
The former Vanderbilt standout got signed to the practice squad on Wednesday following his release last Tuesday. Lucien struggled to man opposing wideouts in the SEC at the college level, so we'll see if he ends up improving his game enough to face NFL-level talents.
Lucien ran a relative good 40 in the NFL Combine and has the size to play the position as a pro. Add the fact that Baltimore has a lot of corners but not many great options outside of their starters in Marlon Humphrey and Ronald Darby/Rock Ya-Sin, and it was very obvious that Lucien would end up making to the practice squad at the very least.
The Ravens have explored the possibility of using Lucien as a safety instead of a cornerback, and that might make sense and make it easier for him to get some in-game reps.
The safety depth of Baltimore isn't great, but it still feels very early for Lucien to snatch an active-roster spot and getting steady and soliid playing time this season.