By Matthew Stevens
The Baltimore Ravens are heading into training camp in just over five weeks. While they currently have 91 players on the roster, they’ll have to begin sorting out which 53 they want to keep by the August 30 deadline.
We did a projection of the offense on Monday, now it’s time to figure out which defensive players are likely to make the cut. As with the offense, this is merely a prediction based on what Baltimore has typically done in the past and where the wealth of talent is at. Things can and will change during training camp and we’ll continue to provide predictions on the Ravens’ 53-man roster until it’s final.
Brandon Williams, Willie Henry, Michael Pierce, Chris Wormley, Gerald Willis, Zach Sieler, Daylon Mack
The main guys are all going to make the cut. Williams, Henry and Pierce are absolute locks on this roster. I don’t have Wormley on that side of things right now but with so few defensive ends on the current roster, it’s his job to lose at this stage.
Where things get interesting is with the young talent on the defensive line. I have a 2019 NFL draft pick and an undrafted rookie making the team with another young player who flashed a bit last year stepping...