Did these 5 Baltimore Ravens lock down roster spots in the preseason finale?

The Ravens need depth at two key defensive positions and a few offensive positions may have seen depth chart battles resolved

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After the Baltimore Ravens preseason finale, the team is only a few days from limiting their roster down from 90 to 53. We have been looking at some of the depth players who are right on the bubble of the 53-man roster. After the Ravens' last preseason game, who are some players who may have moved off of the bubble?

5. Tylan Wallace has done everything needed to make the Baltimore Ravens roster

Tylan Wallace came into the summer firmly on the Baltimore Ravens roster bubble. He had prime chances to stick onto the roster last season but could not stay healthy and could not get on the field to make an impact enough. So, the Ravens went out of their way to add depth to the room to the point where Wallace would not be needed much.

However, he still had a strong chance for the sixth wide receiver spot behind Rashod Bateman, Odell Beckham, Zay Flowers, Nelson Agholor, and Devin Duvernay. Other names in competition for the sixth spot included Laquon Treadwell, Dontay Demus, Tarik Black, and James Proche.

The Ravens also could elect not to keep a sixth wide receiver. However, it does appear as though Wallace has the inside track. He is only a third-year player, so there is more potential than others. He had touchdowns in his first two games and had a couple of first-down grabs in the preseason finale.

More than that, he has shown special teams ability as a return man, but also in multiple phases. The last few spots will come down to this, and his ability to wear multiple hats may be what wins him the job.