5 veteran Baltimore Ravens who may lose their jobs to younger players

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David Ojabo, Baltimore Ravens
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3. The Baltimore Ravens are about to get young on the edge

Last season, Odafe Oweh lead the Baltimore Ravens in edge rusher snaps. The next two names were Justin Houston and Jason Pierre-Paul. Yes, it is a bit cheating to say that JPP and Houston will get replaced when they are currently not even on the team.

Still, this will also note that the Ravens are unlikely to sign an edge rusher. They have two young names who are ready to step up for those veterans. First, they have David Ojabo. Ojabo was going to be a first-round pick before a devastating injury ruined his rookie season. Still, he is healthy and ready to roll in year two.

Then, there is Tavius Robinson. Baltimore Ravens waited until day three, but they addressed the edge rusher, and if you hear Eric DeCosta talk, he thinks he found a big-time steal. Between these two, and Tyus Bowser getting a full season, the team should have all they need.

They only had four edge rushers over 100 snaps last year, and Bowser, Oweh, Robinson, and Ojabo can fill the same snaps this year. The Ravens need the young guys to step up, but if they do, they will be fine on the edge.