2. Jalyn Armour-Davis had a chance to make noise for the Baltimore Ravens
It is tough to say that this is a stock-down player because an injury is the reason that he is here. You cannot control that as much as you may want. Still, Jalyn Armour-Davis needed to bring it this preseason, and one-third of his chances flew by without him playing.
What stings the most is that he had a wideopen chance to get snaps. The Ravens started Kevon Seymour, and Brandon Stephens. Seymour has been around and is not a longterm option, and Stephens was playing safety about a week ago. So, if they had any interest in Armour-Davis, he would have started. That is why it is alarming that Kyu Blu Kelly did not start.
JAD is going to stay on the roster bubble, and he may be the reason the team signs an outside cornerback. That is not where he wants to be, and now he only has two weeks to change that outcome.