PFF 2018 Training Camp Preview – Baltimore Ravens - Cam Mellor
Position battles to watch
Breshad Perriman fight for his roster spot
Nick Boyle & Maxx Williams keep their positions atop the tight end depth chart
Edge defender – Patrick Onwuasor, Kamalei Correa, Kenny Young
Nose Tackle – Michael Pierce, Brandon Williams, Willie Henry
Safety, opposite Eric Weddle – Tony Jefferson, DeShon Elliott
The battle for the final roster spots among receivers and tight ends should be one of the main training camp storylines.
The Competition 2018: Wide Receivers - Ryan Mink
Key Role Players
Moore emerged late in his second season to catch 18 passes for 248 years and three touchdowns. A key special teams player, he could also take another step forward in his offensive role this season. He was perhaps the unit’s most impressive performer so far this summer. Perriman still has all the speed and talent to be a big-play threat, but he hasn’t shown it consistently at any point yet, in large part because of injuries. Lasley is a confident, talented prospect who could surprise people and Scott could be a red-zone threat given his massive 6-foot-5, 215-pound frame.
If the Ravens are ready to move on from their former first round selection Breshad Perriman, trading him would be the preferred route.
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