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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Kelle Sanders, EDGE

The Ravens have a good amount of players coming into camp at the defensive end and edge rusher position, headlined by Justin Madubuike and Odafe Oweh. Throw in 2022 second-round pick David Ojabo, and you have three homegrown, drafted talents for Baltimore coming at the quarterback.

Beyond those three, the Ravens have veteran Brent Urban, who has always been a pro's pro and a phenomenal guy to have in any locker room. He'll make the team, no problem, giving the Ravens four total guys coming off the edges and end.

From there, Baltimore has a few other guys that will fight for spots including undrafted free agent defensive end Trey Botts, whom the team liked a lot after initially signing him. There is also the undrafted edge rusher, Malik Hamm, out of Lafayette College who could challenge.

And then, at the tail end of the depth chart, is another edge rusher, the undrafted Kelle Saunders out of UAB. This is yet another example of a player being too far behind on the depth chart to really have any chance at making the roster or even contributing in any on-field fashion.

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