Everybody knows that the Baltimore Ravens two starting wide receivers will be veteran Anquan Boldin and second-year layer Torrey Smith. The Ravens picked up Jacoby Jones who figures to be the team's #3 wideout. Those three figure to get the bulk of targets in the wide receiver position.
The tight end tandem of Ed Dickson and Dennis Pitta, as well as RB Ray Rice out of the backfield, should combine with the wide receivers to catch the bulk of QB Joe Flacco's passes. Beyond that, the chosen few others may catch a pass here and there, and also be insurance in the event of any injury during the season.
So which wide receiver(s) will make the cut and become the Ravens #4 and #5 receivers out of the ones that are now in camp?
The Ravens spent a draft pick on wide receivers David Reed in 2010, Tandon Doss in 2011 and Tommy Streeter in 2012. Undrafted University of Maryland rookie LaQuan Williams made the team out of training camp last season, mostly based on his Special Teams play.
The team also has six other receivers on the current roster, but none of them bring the resume to the table to be in the mix for the purpose of this discussion. Therefore, of the four players mentioned above, which of the four will be the odd man out in the mix to be the team's fourth and fifth-string wide receivers if the team decides to only carry five on the final roster?
Cast your vote in the poll above and leave your reasoning in the comments section below.