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How each Ravens rookie is faring this season

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Here's a check-up on the rookies almost midway through the season.

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C.J. Mosley

Mosley is more than the Ravens could have hoped for. Mosley is the best rookie defender in the NFL and is tied for sixth in the NFL in tackles (63).

Timmy Jernigan

Jernigan was injured for a couple games this season but has returned to be a contributor on a dominant Ravens defensive line.

Terrence Brooks

Brooks started out as a special-teamer for the first three games but started getting more snaps in Week 4 before taking a starting spot on what appears to be a revitalized secondary.

Crockett Gillmore

Gillmore has been mostly used as a blocker, but caught his first pass against Tampa Bay and has been getting used more as a receiver since.

Brent Urban

Urban's season was unfortunately ended in training camp by a torn ACL

Lorenzo Taliaferro

Taliaferro has been the No. 3 back this season but he was excellent against the Browns. He proved to be a reliable running back when called upon.

John Urschel

Urschel has performed well during Kelechi Osemele's absence but will now go back to being a backup with Osemele looking ready to return.

Keith Wenning

Wenning was outplayed by Tyrod Taylor during the preseason and is on the practice squad.

Michael Campanaro

Campanaro is currently the No. 4 receiver on the team and has been a reliable target for Joe Flacco in the past two weeks. He's caught all three passes thrown his way for 45 yards and a Touchdown.

Zachary Orr

Orr has 3 special teams tackles on the season.

James Hurst

Hurst has been inconsistent as Eugene Monroe's replacement during his injury. But it appears that he'll now be heading back to the bench, where he can develop his craft further.