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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1. Is Josh Johnson a fit for the Baltimore Ravens?

The Baltimore Ravens very well may move on from Tyler Huntley. When Greg Roman was the offensive coordinator, Huntley was a stylistic fit for the offense. Now that Todd Monken is calling the plays, he may want someone with a bigger arm to be that option. That is why the team signed Josh Johnson.

Johnson is a journeyman who has bounced around the NFL, but he has a bigger arm than Huntley, and he fits the Monken offense more than Huntley. So, is it a huge surprise that Johnson started over Huntley?

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Huntley was getting third quarterback treatment, and he even got banged up in the game. When you add in that the Ravens could save a couple of million in cap space by moving on from Huntley, his roster spot is in jeopardy. A move like this will take more than this week, but Josh Johnson set the table for getting himself locked on the roster.

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