3 stock up Baltimore Ravens after one week of training camp

- 2 rookies and one long-standing veteran are seeing their stock improve
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Tavius Robinson, Baltimore Ravens
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1. Tavius Robinson is getting needed work for the Baltimore Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens drafted Tavius Robinson in the fourth round, so he was probably going to make the roster. However, he has been able to get more work than he realized so far. He was the fourth edge rusher in the rotation, but with Tyus Bowser on the PUP, he had been the number three. David Ojabo is healthy, but he is coming back from injury, which opens up a few extra snaps for Robinson as well.

The Baltimore Ravens brought in Kyle Van Noy for a visit, but they did not sign him. They may be a good sign for Tyus Bowser in the long term, but it is a good sign for Tavius Robinson in the short term. It means that he gets to continue to get the extra experience in training camp. Also, if Bowser comes back, they appear to feel good about Robinson.

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If they signed Van Noy, it would show that they think they need the depth whether they have Bowser or not. Now, they appear to only think they need the depth if Bowser is not completely healthy because they are trusting Robinson for now.