Ranking 15 Baltimore Ravens practice squad members most likely to contribute in 2023

Which players on the Baltimore Ravens practice squad could get the call to the active roster sooner rather than later
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12. The Baltimore Ravens see development coming from Sean Ryan

Sean Ryan is a rookie UDFA from Rutgers. He was a tough call to make the practice squad, and it appears he won't this spot over Dontay Demus. It is a small surprise mainly because Demus had a more productive career and a better prospect profile. Beyond that, Demus was healthy and played all three games, while Ryan played well in week one, missed week two, and got healthy in time to get a little work in week three.

Still, that, and his play during training camp, had him ahead of Demus on the Ravens' radar. Still, just like Demus, this is a long-term play and not something that will come about this season. Ryan is a rookie UDFA who was more unknown than Demus for a reason.

Beyond that, after the Baltimore Ravens kept six wide receivers on their 53-man roster, they added two to the practice squad as well. Laquon Treadwell immediately signed to the practice squad because he knows that he is an injury or anything happening to these wide receivers away from getting the call-up.

That shows that Ryan is set to spend the year on the development path and will not be in the plans to make the roster.