Ravens Roster Predictions

Baltimore Ravens Roster Predictions

After the close of the preseason, the Baltimore Ravens are now tasked with determining which players will make the final roster. The 2018 preseason was one of the most intriguing in recent memory. The addition of a new, young talent at QB drew interest from the start. As the eyes of the nation gazed upon the Ravens, other storylines began to develop. Rookie running backs emerged, a battle at kick returner took place, and old, disappointing faces finally impressed. It was a preseason for the ages, and now the Ravens must make difficult decisions. Here are predictions for how the roster will unfold:



  1. Joe Flacco
  2. Robert Griffin III
  3. Lamar Jackson


  1. Alex Collins
  2. Javorius Allen
  3. Kenneth Dixon


  1. Michael Crabtree
  2. John Brown
  3. Willie Snead
  4. Chris Moore
  5. Jordan Lasley
  6. Janarion Grant


  1. Hayden Hurst
  2. Nick Boyle
  3. Mark Andrews


  1. Ronnie Stanley
  2. James Hurst


  1. Alex Lewis
  2. Nico Siragusa


  1. Matt Skura
  2. Bradley Bozeman


  1. Marshal Yanda
  2. Jermaine Eluemunor


  1. James Hurst
  2. Orlando Brown Jr.



  1. Brandon Williams
  2. Michael Pierce
  3. Chris Wormley
  4. Willie Henry
  5. Zach Sieler
  6. Patrick Ricard


  1. Brent Urban
  2. Carl Davis


  1. C.J. Mosley
  2. Kenny Young
  3. Patrick Onwuasor
  4. Albert McClellan


  1. Terrell Suggs
  2. Matt Judon
  3. Za’Darius Smith
  4. Tim Williams
  5. Tyus Bowser


  1. Marlon Humphrey
  2. Brandon Carr
  3. Tavon Young
  4. Anthony Averett
  5. Maurice Canady


  1. Eric Weddle
  2. Tony Jefferson
  3. Anthony Levine Sr.
  4. Chuck Clark

Notably absent from this list is Jimmy Smith. Smith will be placed on the suspended list, giving the Ravens an open spot until his return. Baltimore also placed four players on the season-ending injured reserve. These players are safeties, Bennett Jackson and DeShon Elliot, cornerback Stanley Jean-Baptiste, and offensive lineman Greg Senat. Wide receiver Quincy Adeboyejo, linebacker Bam Bradley, and cornerback Jaylen Hill will all start the year on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list.

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