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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Daryl Worley, Baltimore Ravens
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2. Daryl Worley was the best player on the Baltimore Ravens

Daryl Worley knew that he had a lot on the line in the Baltimore Ravens preseason opener. Worley was right on the bubble of the roster and needed every snap to show that he belonged on the 53-man roster.

He did just that, as he was not only the best player on the field, but he also played every single snap. Worley played safety after being a cornerback for the majority of his career.

So, the combination of playing an ew position, and needing every snap to prove his worth led to him getting more snaps than anyone. What seems crazy is that he played special teams on top of that. He has a serious workload.

Worley played as well as you can ask in all phases. He can play multiple positions and can stay active on gamedays because of his special teams value. That should be enough to get him on the roster, but the next two weeks may dictate that.