3 Ravens players on roster bubble after 2024 NFL Draft

The Ravens might get rid of these struggling players.
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The Baltimore Ravens are looking to build the deepest roster possible ahead of the 2024 season. With another collection of star rookies and promising undrafted free agents coming to town, Baltimore will put some of the veterans at the back end of the roster on notice.

The Ravens are willing to let their young players develop for multiple seasons as a backup before turning them into starters. Patience is a virtue, but the Ravens don’t have unlimited time to wait until these players develop. This could lead to multiple stalwarts ending up on the roster bubble.

These three Ravens veterans are running out of time to make themselves contributors at the pro level. With some strong showings from rookie picks and UDFAs, these three might be ditched in favor of keeping a younger player with a bit more developmental upside as a backup.

3 Baltimore Ravens on the roster bubble after 2024 NFL Draft

3. WR Tylan Wallace

While Wallace has become a solid special teams player and returner, the Ravens didn't draft the former Oklahoma State star in the fourth round of the 2021 NFL Draft to have seven catches through three seasons. The new additions to this team will make it tough for Wallace to earn playing time.

The Ravens showed a commitment to Rashod Bateman by signing him to a contract extension through the next few seasons. Nelson Agholor was brought back on a one-year contract, and the Ravens used a fourth-round pick on a tremendous deep-threat prospect in North Carolina stud Devontez Walker.

The Baltimore Ravens could get rid of Tylan Wallace

Even with return ace Devin Duvernay leaving the team, the addition of former Saints and Bills standout Deonte Harty makes it even more difficult for Wallace to find a way to contribute in 2024. Wallace isn't even a guarantee to beat out some undrafted free agents, as names like Ole Miss' Dayton Wade and Kentucky's Tayvion Robinson will try to unseat him.

If Wallace is getting wide receiver snaps in the base offense, something has gone terribly wrong for the Ravens. While he had solid speed and route-running in college, he just hasn't been able to translate that over to any success in the pros. The Ravens can't keep waiting for Cowboys Wallace to come back.