6 major takeaways from Baltimore Ravens first unofficial depth chart

The Baltimore Ravens have position battles all over their depth chart. What does the first version of their depth chart say?
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The Baltimore Ravens released their first unofficial depth chart. While this depth chart is subject to change, and the preseason will impact things significantly, it is an excellent starting point to see where players currently stand and what it could possibly mean. There are plenty of takeaways, considering all of the jobs are up in the air right now. What are some of the keynotes from the first depth chart?

6. Laquon Treadwell is gaining an edge in the Baltimore Ravens wide receiver competition

The Baltimore Ravens sixth wide receiver competition was always going to be something to follow. So, it is significant to note that Laquon Treadwell has the leg up as of now. This makes sense if you have been following practice reports. They all have said that Treadwell looks good and has earned chances with Lamar Jackson.

This is bad news for James Proche and Tylan Wallace, who both fell to fourth string. Proche is a backup at punt return, but he is ahead of Zay Flowers, who can catch him, and he is third in kick returns. This is the end of Proche with the Ravens, and Wallace needs to fight for his job.

Another small note is seeing that Devin Duvernay or Nelson Agholor are the fourth wideout behind the main three at the top. Depending on the need, role, and how these players perform over the coming weeks will decide who gets the nod.