4 Baltimore Ravens who may locked down a roster spot in preseason week two

-A defender getting roster lock treatment in week 2

-One player earned it on the field

-A new role for this roster lock?

-Is there a QB controversy brewing?

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The preseason is all about the players who can move up and down the roster with their play. It is one last chance for fringe roster players to prove themselves and make the team. The Baltimore Ravens always have a deep roster, which brings exciting competition when making the 53-man roster.

Who are some Ravens players that may have used the preseason to boost their roster status?

4. Daryl Worley is officially a lock to make the Baltimore Ravens roster

Daryl Worley has done everything you can ask for him to make the Ravens roster. At this point, it does seem clear. In preseason week one, it was not. However, he played every snap on defense and played special teams, showing that he would leave it all on the field for his team.

Then, in preseason week two, he started next to Geno Stone, who made his return to the field. Stone and Worley took a few series, and then they were rested so that the depth could play. This shows us that he is on the same tier as Stone now. They are the two primary backups, and the Baltimore Ravens are for sure going to keep four safeties.

DeAndre Houston-Carson joined Jeremy Lucien as the fifth and sixth safeties, and neither did anything to come close to Worley. It helped that both Brandon Stephens and Ar'Darius Washington had to move from safety to cornerback due to the injuries. Still, Worley held down this spot, showed his value, and when he got a chance to win a job, he took it. He deserves a 53-man roster, and he will get one next week.