Baltimore Ravens Offensive Line Depth Chart: Post 2023 NFL Draft

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Now that the 2023 NFL Draft is over we will be reviewing the Baltimore Ravens depth chart to see where each position stands as we get through OTAs and training camp. Today, we will look at the offensive line. While we know that most of the depth names can move around, this will be how we expect the main rotations to look in training camp at this point.

Baltimore Ravens Offensive Line Depth Chart: Post 2023 NFL Draft

Baltimore Ravens Left Tackle

1. Ronnie Stanley

When healthy you can still look at Ronnie Stanley as one of the best tackles in the NFL, but when healthy is starting to become a serious problem. After just seven starts in 2019 and 2020 combined he did start in 11 games in 2022 but was being eased back in with caution.

The thought, or perhaps the hope is that this is the healthiest that he is since 2018, and the Baltimore Ravens can still get some productive play out of him.

2. Patrick Mekari

The Ravens have, can, and will play Patrick Mekari at all spots this offseason. However, when Stanley went down the team had Mekari step in at left tackle. They do not have any other options on the roster, and it is fair to say that this would be the same backup plan.

Baltimore Ravens Right Tackle

1. Morgan Moses

Morgan Moses held down right tackle, but he is 32, and the team has been taking swings at long-term options in the last two NFL drafts.

2. Daniel Faalele

Daniel Faalele will not enter year two, and the hope is that he is now much more quick-footed due to a year in an NFL program. Only time will tell.

3. Sala Aumavae-Lalulu

The Baltimore Ravens drafted Aumavae-Lalulu in the sixth round, so there is definitely a question about what they see in him. He may just end up as depth but is telling that they added another right tackle as they look for a longer-term option.

4. David Sharpe

David Sharpe is a veteran tackle who could have been in the mix if the team did not draft anyone. Perhaps if Aumavae-Lalulu gets banged up Sharpe could be back in the mix.

Baltimore Ravens Center

1. Tyler Linderbaum

After a solid rookie season the Baltimore Ravens are now expected to get a big step forward from Tyler Linderbaum.

2. Jake Guidone

Jake Guidone is a UDFA from UCONN who will compete for a practice squad spot. In an emergency, the team would use Patrick Mekari at center, and if both Stanley and Linderbaum are injured, then Guidone may get called up to the roster.

Baltimore Ravens Left Guard

1. Ben Cleveland

Ben Cleveland is quietly a winner from the NFL draft when you look at the competition around him.

2. John Simpson

John Simpson was a former fourth-round pick and started for the Raiders as recently as 2021. However, he was benched in 2022, and now is serving as an emergency backup in case Ben Clevelandemergency struggles.

3. Tykeem Doss

Tykeem Doss mostly played tackle at Southern Miss, but the team is listing him as a guard, and he should give depth to Ben Cleveland, but will not push him.

Baltimore Ravens Right Guard

1. Kevin Zeitler

Kevin Zeitler is likely in his last season with the Baltimore Ravens, but he is locked into starting.

2. Tashawn Manning

Tashawn Manning hails from Kentucky and got an NFL Combine invite. He was one of the highest-rated UDFAs and could be a long-term replacement for Zeitler.

3. Brandon Kipper

Brandin Kipper played right tackle in 2021, but his move to right guard in 2022 helped him get signed as a UDFA. Again, he could be a long-term option here.

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IR Andrew Vorhees

Andrew Vorhees will miss his rookie season. However, with Zeitler and his age, and Cleveland with his inexperience, there could be a starting spot as soon as next season.