2. Is Daryl Worley a versatile option for the Baltimore Ravens?
The Baltimore Ravens have serious questions when it comes to the depth of their cornerbacks. They can go in so many different directions, and they have so many versatile pieces. One of those pieces appears to be Daryl Worley. Worley had played in the slot before, but last season, he was getting work with the Ravens on the outside.
The thought was that he was in the mix with a few guys for the backup outside job. Still, with Kyu Blu Kelly, Jalyn Armour-Davis, and Trayvon Mullen all in the mix as well, he was getting lost in the crowd.
However, his versatility is setting him apart in the early days of training camp. Worley has been lining up as a box safety at times in training camp, which has allowed safety Brandon Stephens to jump outside to cornerback. The duo being able to switch off from each other is going to be a reason for both of them to stick on the roster. This is major for Worley. Neither JAD nor KBK have that type of experience, and Trayvon Mullen was already cut with an injury to ensure his salary was not guaranteed. While that was going on, Worley was proving he was a better bet to keep than Mullen.
So, after one week, you may be putting Worley ahead of the other three on the stock watch. Things can change quick, but this could keep him on the roster.