6. Offensive Lineman - Jake Guidone
The Ravens made their first official offensive cut of the week by releasing offensive lineman Jake Guidone on Monday, as part of a three-man transaction that saw three other players getting cut. Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic was the first to report the news from the training ground on Monday.
Even though he's considered a versatile lineman with multi-position chops, Guidone is a long shot to make it to the Ravens practice squad, as many of his fellow teammates are on the verge or already getting cut.
Guidone played college football at Dartmouth in the 2019-21 span before transferring to UConn in time for the 2022 campaign. He played 133 games for the Huskies, and he can man the center spot smoothly.
The UDFA started his amateur career getting reps at the left guard position but he transitioned to the center role of late. Facing stout competition from veteran players already in Baltimore (mostly sophomore Tyler Linderbaum and FA-signing Sam Mustipher, his chances of making the roster or the practice squad are slim to none.