5 must-watch positions in Baltimore Ravens preseason finale

The defensive side of the ball and one key area on offense are the most important areas to watch when the Ravens kick off their preseason finale

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2. Will the Baltimore Ravens cornerbacks see changes?

The Baltimore Ravens cornerback room has been a nightmare in recent weeks, but it is starting to come into shape. They have Marlon Humphrey, who will miss time but make the roster without an injury designation.

Rock Ya-Sin and Ronald Darby should be the week one starter, and Ar'Darius Washington should be in the slot. Then, there is Brandon Stepehsn, who excels on special teams and has started in the preseason. So, the Ravens have five locks for the roster.

Interestingly enough, that list does not include Jalyn Armour-Davis, Kyu Blu Kelly, or Keovn Seymour. All three will get serious looks to make the roster as the sixth cornerback this weekend. Armour-Davis is in his second NFL season but has been a disaster his entire career. He is finally healthy and hoping to make his preseason debut. Kelly has been buried on the depth chart, and we saw why against the Commanders when he played an expanded role. Can the Ravens really let him make the roster? Can they really cut a fifth-round rookie, though? Seymour started over Kelly and has been more reliable than Armour-Davis. Does the youth and draft status cause them to favor Kelly and Armour-Davis over Seymour?

These are the questions we will find answers to shortly.