3 Ravens players on roster bubble after 2024 NFL Draft

The Ravens might get rid of these struggling players.
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2. CB Jalyn Armour-Davis

The Ravens chose to use two fourth-round picks in the 2022 NFL Draft on cornerbacks, adding Armour-Davis and Damarion "Pepe" Williams to compete with one another. Baltimore's draft was defense-heavy, making it tough for both of them to hold on to a roster spot in the 2024 season.

Not only did the Ravens use their first-round pick on much-hyped speed demon Nate Wiggins, but Baltimore made one of the more well-received picks of the fourth round by selecting Iowa State star T.J. Tampa. Armour-Davis and his 12 career tackles should be on edge after these moves.

Jalyn Armour-Davis could be cut from the Baltimore Ravens

If the Ravens are forced to decide between one of either Armour-Davis or Williams, the injury concerns surrounding Williams will be outweighed by the fact he has more experience and production than the former Alabama star. Special teams will be his best way to contribute.

Marlon Humphrey, Wiggins, and Brandon Stephens are projected starters, with Tampa and Arthur Maulet playing in sub packages. Armour-Davis faced very long odds to make an impact on the roster before the Draft, and the new additions could signal the fact Baltimore is ready to move on.