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2015 Ravens Depth Chart: Wide Receiver

Taking a look at which wide receivers make the cut in 2015.

Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

The Players: Steve Smith Sr., Breshad Perriman, Marlon Brown, Kamar Aiken, Michael Campanaro, Darren Waller, DeAndre Carter, Cam Worthy, Daniel Brown, Aldrick Robinson, Jeremy Butler


Steve Smith Sr.

Steve Smith is currently Joe's most reliable target and he will provide valuable leadership for the younger receivers.

Breshad Perriman

He's a first rounder. His spot is guaranteed.


Marlon Brown

Brown is the second most experienced wide receiver on the roster. I don't see the Ravens cutting him.

Darren Waller

He's drawn rave reviews from the coaches, and someone with his skill set simply will not last on the practice squad for any amount of time.

Michael Campanaro

He has skills to work as a return man and he's shown serious promise as a slot receiver.

Kamar Aiken

He should make the roster, even if only as a special teams ace. But that could change if a younger receiver has more skill as a receiver and special teamer.

Fighting Chance:

DeAndre Carter

Between his prolific college career and excellent return skills (23.7 yards per kickoff return, 12.5 per punt return) Carter has the best chance of any undrafted rookie to make the Ravens roster. If the Ravens go with seven receivers he's a lock. Or he could beat Aiken out of a job, as I hinted above.

Cam Worthy

He could end up as this years Jeremy Butler

Practice Squad:

Jeremy Butler

With Darren Waller on hand, it wouldn't be a huge loss if Butler was poached off of the practice squad.


Daniel Brown

He's a tall guy on a team full of tall receivers and he doesn't bring anything else to the table.

Aldrick Robinson

No special skills. Gone.