Baltimore Ravens: 4 players who will get cut before 2023 season begins

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Going into the summer months, the real work begins for the Baltimore Ravens.

At this point, the biggest waves of free agency are over. The 2023 NFL Draft is in the rear view, with plenty of undrafted guys getting jobs as well. Rosters are being rounded out and getting into shape for training camp, which will kick off in late July.

These Ravens are in a better spot than they were a year ago, especially at some key positions. This offseason's signings at some spots will force other guys off the roster sooner than they would have otherwise liked, but that's the nature of the business.

Which players, currently on Baltimore's roster, will miss out on seeing their names on the final roster? There are four which you could probably set in stone right now.

Ravens players who will get cut before 2023 season begins: RB Owen Wright

This first one is pretty easy, but the Ravens will definitely not be keeping undrafted free agent running back Owen Wright out of Monmouth. Having totaled over 700 yards and 20 touchdowns in his two years at Monmouth, Wright was fortunate to get signed onto an NFL roster.

Although these stories are fun, few and far between, Wright simply does not have room on the depth chart. The Ravens have J.K. Dobbins, Gus Edwards, Justice Hill and fellow rookie Keaton Mitchell. Dobbins and Edwards are staples.

Hill, meanwhile, has nearly his entire $1.5 million guaranteed for this year, so the Ravens aren't going to cut him after recently re-signing him. Then there's Mitchell, who is an electric playmaker that offers some exciting potential as a gadget player. Wright will be gone before the season begins.