Ravens players who will get cut before 2023 season begins: CB Trayvon Mullen
Cornerback was definitely an area the Ravens had to address this offseason, and they finally did so in finding a starter to go opposite of Marlon Humphrey. Baltimore signed veteran Rock Ya-Sin to take over that other starting position, and he puts them in a good place.
Behind Humphrey and Ya-Sin, the Ravens have Jayln Armour-Davis, a 2022 fourth-round pick out of Alabama. Although he didn't play a lot on defense, Armour-Davis was a special teams guy in his first year, playing over 50 percent of those snaps. As a former Crimson Tide defensive back, too, he's not one you would part with that quickly. Teams tend to hang onto young Alabama defensive backs.
Then, there's the fourth guy in line, rookie Kyu Blu-Kelly out of Stanford. As a 2023 draft pick, Blu-Kelly isn't going anywhere. He'll have a spot on this roster, barring some unforeseen, crazy circumstance. So, that's five outside corners. The Ravens then have nickels Brandon Stephens and Damarion Williams, which would bring them to six cornerbacks.
From there, it'll be up to veterans Trayvon Mullen and Daryl Worley if the Ravens want to keep an additional cornerback. I project Worley taking that spot, if it comes down to it, and Mullen will be the odd man out.