3 Baltimore Ravens most likely to circle back to the 53-man roster

The Ravens have some veterans on the defensive side of the ball that were cut, but could return to the roster quickly
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Daryl Worley, Baltimore Ravens
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2. Will Daryl Worley wind up back with the Baltimore Ravens?

Daryl Worley is another player who is familiar with the Baltimore Ravens and their strategies. Worley was with the Ravens last year, and he bounced up and down from the practice squad to the active roster and then would get released and signed again. Then, he finished with the team.

The thought is that the same process is going on here. Worley entered training camp knowing that he had to compete for his roster spot. However, he played well enough that he should have won the job He played almost every snap and competed on special teams in the preseason opener.

He followed it up with a strong second preseason game and he was relieved early in the third preseason game. He started and left the game with Geno Stone, and the thought was that Stone and Worley would hold the third and fourth safety spots.

Combining his play on defense with special teams should have had Worley as a lock. It probably still does. One major thought from the roster was seeing eight cornerbacks compared to three safeties. Something tells you that a cornerback or two are going to be heading to the IR, and one of those cornerback spots will go to Daryl Worley, who will resume his role as the fourth safety.