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Notable Baltimore Ravens look to be fringe players fighting for roster spots

Can't keep everybody...

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After OTA's and minicamp, CSN Mid-Atlantic's Clifton Brown finds multiple veteran players in a battle for roster spots.

Kyle Arrington, the eighth-year cornerback was not spotted frequently on the field, as Jerraud Powers and Sheldon Price both took more snaps. Price was seeing more at outside corner than slot, but that doesn't give Arrington any true breathing room. If the Ravens were to cut Arrington, with it being post-june Baltimore saves almost one million in cap. Nothing special, but if he can't produce that's an extra $1 million for Ozzie & DeCosta.

The hailed 2013 second-round pick Arthur Brown is undoudtedly on the ropes. Hardly seeing special teams play, while adding Zachary Orr overtaking Brown on the depth chart could mean no more Brown. At this point it feels good riddance. Baltimore spent their first-round pick the following season selecting C.J. Mosley, no doubt to make up for Arthur's absence on the field. Once again, the Ravens almost save a million dollars from the cut, but this is a more realistic cut than Arrington. Arrington saw the field, whereas nobody has seen Arthur.

Other names also talked about by Clifton Brown: Terrence Brooks, Lorenzo Taliaferro and Michael Campanaro. I personally see these names safe, but the depth at safety, tailback, and wide receiver is deep. Somebody will have to go, but it's tough to know who. Lorenzo is a heavy powerback that will be a nice change-of-pace with Justin Forsett, Kenneth Dixon and Javorius Allen all a different breed. Lorenzo may make it on his difference of play alone.

Michael Campanaro is the most hopeful to make the team, as his skillset is salivating to offensive coordinators. The problem has been the injuries, as we've preached the past three years. His speed, agility, and acceleration make him a very hard player to match-up with, but if Camp misses time expect the axe to fall on his name.