3 Ravens players who could be cut before playing a snap

Which Ravens players might not get a legitimate shot this summer?
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Tarik Black, WR

The Ravens have some serious talent at wide receiver, and they are very well-rounded there as well. That's not something we have always been able to say, but finally, we can -- much to the joy of Lamar Jackson, I might add.

Signing Odell Beckham Jr. gave the Ravens a new no. 1 wideout, assuming he can stay healthy. Beckham should get plenty of targets thrown his way in this new offense that features far more throwing from Jackson.

Next up are both this year's rookie Zay Flowers and veteran Rashod Bateman as the no. 2 and no. 3 options in this offense, and that order might change throughout the season. If Bateman is healthy, he's well-worth getting involved, and Flowers is a big play waiting to happen at any moment.

From there, the Ravens have Nelson Agholor as the no. 4 along with veterans Devin Duvernay and James Proche behind him, rounding out the top six as of right now. There are quite a few after that, including veterans Tylan Wallace, Laquon Treadwell and Tarik Black, among some undrafted rookies and others.

Black is simply too far buried on the depth chart to be able to have a legitimate shot at making the roster, let alone playing.