5 Baltimore Ravens who may have locked down a roster spot in preseason week one

The Baltimore Ravens saw some of their depth players make a strong case to make the roster
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4. The Baltimore Ravens have to love what Laquon Treadwell brings them

Laquon Treadwell has done just about everything you could ask him to do when it comes to making the Baltimore Ravens 53-man roster. He came in firmly on the bubble but has managed to crawl his way up, and now he may have found himself on the roster.

Treadwell has been a major winner in training camp. He has flashed big catches and made plays when they matter. However, more than that, he has started to earn a role on special teams. According to PFF, Treadwell was second on the roster in special teams grade, behind Brandon Stephens, who has made a career in that area.

Treadwell has dominated practice and got to work with the ones when some of the bigger names go down. Better than that, he is now showing that he can be active on gamedays, which is more important than anything he does on offense.

Tylan Wallace had a good game as well, which may prevent him from being a lock, but this weekend was as close as he can get, and he may get over the edge next week.