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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Jeremiah Moon, Baltimore Ravens
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2. Can Jeremiah Moon make the Baltimore Ravens roster?

Another small note involving a rookie is Tavius Robinson. He is technically with the third team, but he should make the roster without issue. There is some merit to his standing because the Ravens run their unique defense.

While they have two edge rushers, one is more of a rush player, and the other is closer to a SAM player. So, the rushers are Odafe Oweh, David Ojabo, and Tavius Robinson. Technically, it is true that Robinson will probably not back up Tyus Bowser in his role as the same, and rather he will be a rush player behind both Oweh and Ojabo.

So, it brings the question of who is the backup SAM and whether they can make the roster. As of now, it is Jeremiah Moon. Moon was with the Ravens last preseason as a UDFA, stuck around all year, and now may be groomed for the specific role. Behind him is UDFA rookie Malik Hamm.

So, the job is pretty open for the taking. The Ravens could easily keep a fifth edge rusher with Tavius Robinson and Moon mainly as depth behind the top three. Keep an eye on signings this month, as well as the play of Moon this preseason.