4. Is Tylan Wallace a roster lock?
Tylan Wallace struggled in his second year in the NFL, and the Baltimore Ravens had to start to build out their wide receiver room without him. So, he entered training camp firmly on the bubble. While most fans think he did enough to earn a roster spot, it is too close to call him a lock yet.
You can say that he won the sixth wide receiver job, beating out Laquon Treadwell, Dontay Demus, and James Proche. However, the question is whether the sixth wideout makes the roster or not.
Wallace finished with five catches for 55 yards and two touchdowns. He looked smooth overall and was tied with James Proche for the most routes among wide receivers. They were looking into both of them the most, and Wallace was 0.89 yards per route run while Proche was 0.54.
However, an interesting note is that Wallace had just 21 special teams snaps, which was fourth amongst wide receivers. Tarik Black, Dontay Demus, and Proche all had more chances. If Wallace is not a special teams ace who gets on multiple phases, he may not make the roster. He did fine in the roles he was in but did not stand out.
When the question becomes Wallace or Proche it is easy. Things get complicated when it is Wallace or Josh Ross or Wallace against DeAndre Houston-Carson. This is what has him on the bubble still.