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Ravens 2020 Roster Outlook: Post-Draft Edition

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An overview of the Baltimore Ravens roster after they added 10 players in the 2020 NFL Draft and are reportedly signing 20 undrafted free agents:

Quarterback

Lock: Lamar Jackson, Robert Griffin

Bubble: Trace McSorely

Longshot: Tyler Huntley

McSorely will have to hold off Huntley in training camp to secure the third quarterback spot.

Running Back & Fullback

Lock: Mark Ingram, Gus Edwards, Justice Hill, J.K. Dobbins, Patrick Ricard

Longshot: Ty’Son Williams, Bronson Rechstiener

The Ravens will presumably carry four tailbacks into the regular season.

Offensive Line

Lock: Ronnie Stanley, Bradley Bozeman, Patrick Mekari, Matt Skura, Orlando Brown Jr., Ben Powers, Tyre Phillips, Ben Bredeson

Bubble: Andre Smith

Longshot: Will Holden, R.J. Prince, Tristian Colon-Castillo, Daishawn Dixon, Sean Pollard

The starting left guard, center and right guard positions could be an open competition between Bozeman, Mekari, Skura, Powers, Phillips and Bredeson

Tight End

Lock: Mark Andrews, Nick Boyle

Bubble: Charles Scarff, Jacob Breeland

Longshot: Eli Wolf

Scarff and Breeland will have an opportunity to earn the third tight end job after Hayden Hurst was traded.

Receiver

Lock: Marquise Brown, Willie Snead IV, Miles Boykin, Devin Duvernay, James Proche

Bubble: Jaleel Scott, Chris Moore, De’Anthony Thomas

Longshot: Antonie Wesley, Sean Modster, Jaylon Moore

The front office may explore free agent and trade options to bolster their receiving corps.

Specialist

Lock: Justin Tucker, Sam Koch, Morgan Cox

Longshot: Nick Moore, Dom Maggio, Nick Vogel

Defensive Line

Lock: Calais Campbell, Brandon Williams, Derek Wolfe, Justin Madubuike, Jihad Ward

Bubble: Broderick Washington, Daylon Mack, Justin Ellis

Longshot: Aaron Crawford

Defensive tackle has become a crowded position after drafting Madubuike and Washington.

Inside Linebacker

Lock: Patrick Queen, Malik Harrison, L.J. Fort

Bubble: Jake Ryan, Chris Board, Otaro Alaka

Longshot: Christian Welsh

Queen and Harrison have the ability to turn a glaring weakness into a bonafide strength.

Outside Linebacker

Lock: Matthew Judon, Tyus Bowser, Jaylon Ferguson

Bubble: Michael Onuoha, Aaron Ayodele, John Daka, Chauncey Rivers

Longshot: Marcus Willoughby

Surprisingly, Eric DeCosta did not draft an edge rusher. A veteran such as Pernell McPhee could be signed before practice begins.

Cornerback

Lock: Marlon Humphrey, Marcus Peters, Jimmy Smith, Tavon Young, Iman Marshall

Bubble: Anthony Averett

Longshot: Terrell Bonds, Josh Nurse, Khalil Dorsey, Jeff Hector

Cornerback will remain the unquestioned strength of the roster in 2020.

Safety

Lock: Earl Thomas III, Chuck Clark, Anthony Levine Sr., DeShon Elliott

Bubble: Geno Stone, Jordan Richards, Nigel Warrior

The Ravens traditionally carry multiple backup safeties to spearhead their special teams units.