Baltimore Ravens Roster 2019 Ravens Roster

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The Ravens seem to have officially moved out of the Joe Flacco era and are moving into a new era of football led by Lamar Jackson. After going 6-1 once they gave Jackson the starting quarterback position to end the season, and sneak into the playoffs, there’s plenty of optimism in the organization. Still, expect things to get a lot harder for the Ravens this season. The element of surprise with Jackson will be gone, the Ravens elite defense has gone through some changes, and they still have to deal with the Steelers and now the Browns in their own division. It’ll be interesting to see whether they rise to the challenge and repeat as division champs. To do so, they’ll have to answer these questions.

Pos Name Number Rating Ranking Depth Height Weight Age Birthday Exp. Drafted Draft Round Draft Pick College
QB Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson L. Jackson 8
81
#19 QB 1 6'2" 216 22 1/7/97 2 2018 1 32 Louisville
QB Robert Griffin III Robert Griffin III R. G. III 3
76
#36 QB 2 6'2" 223 29 2/12/90 6 2012 1 2 Baylor
QB Trace McSorley Trace McSorley T. McSorley 7
72
#60 QB 3 6'0" 202 23 8/23/95 0 2019 6 197 Penn State
QB Aaron Bailey Aaron Bailey A. Bailey 8
68
#85 QB 4 6'1" 230 1 2017 Northern Iowa
QB Joe Callahan Joe Callahan J. Callahan 6
61
#124 QB 4 6'1" 216 26 6/4/93 3 2016 Wesley
QB Zach Terrell Zach Terrell Z. Terrell 0
68
#89 QB 6'1" 206 26 5/1/93 1 2017 Western Michigan
RB Mark Ingram Mark Ingram M. Ingram 21
87
#11 RB 1 5'9" 215 29 12/21/89 9 2011 1 28 Alabama
RB Gus Edwards Gus Edwards G. Edwards 35
66
#164 RB 2 6'1" 235 24 4/13/95 2 2018 Rutgers
RB Justice Hill Justice Hill J. Hill 43
71
#123 RB 3 5'10" 198 21 11/14/97 0 2019 4 113 Oklahoma State
RB Kenneth Dixon Kenneth Dixon K. Dixon 30
78
#54 RB 4 5'10" 215 25 1/21/94 4 2016 4 134 Louisiana Tech
RB De'Lance Turner De'Lance Turner D. Turner 47
69
#149 RB 7 6'1" 214 23 8/23/95 2 2018 Alcorn State
OT Orlando Brown Orlando Brown O. Brown 78
78
#36 OT 1 6'8" 345 23 5/2/96 2 2018 3 83 Oklahoma
OT Ronnie Stanley Ronnie Stanley R. Stanley 79
84
#19 OT 1 6'6" 312 25 3/18/94 4 2016 1 6 Notre Dame
OT James Hurst James Hurst J. Hurst 74
74
#71 OT 2 6'5" 296 27 12/17/91 6 2014 North Carolina
OT Greg Senat Greg Senat G. Senat 64
67
#141 OT 2 6'6" 302 24 9/8/94 2 2018 6 212
OT Marcus Applefield Marcus Applefield M. Applefield 62
75
#60 OT 3 6'5" 300 23 12/15/95 0 2019 Virginia
OT Patrick Mekari Patrick Mekari P. Mekari 65
71
#109 OT 6'5" 314 22 8/13/97 0 2019 California
ILB Patrick Onwuasor Patrick Onwuasor P. Onwuasor 48
78
#30 ILB 1 6'0" 225 26 8/22/92 4 2016 Portland State
ILB Kenny Young Kenny Young K. Young 40
68
#96 ILB 2 6'1" 236 24 11/15/94 2 2018 4 122
ILB E.J. Ejiya E.J. Ejiya E. Ejiya 22
74
#60 ILB 6'2" 230 23 10/6/95 0 2019 North Texas
ILB Bam Bradley Bam Bradley B. Bradley 53
66
#102 ILB 6'2" 220 25 6/26/94 2 2017 PIttsburgh
OLB Chris Board Chris Board C. Board 49
66
#103 OLB 1 6'1" 230 24 7/23/95 2 2018
OLB Matt Judon Matt Judon M. Judon 99
83
#16 OLB 1 6'3" 275 27 8/15/92 4 2016 5 146 Grand Valley State
OLB Pernell McPhee Pernell McPhee P. McPhee 90
82
#40 OLB 1 6'3" 280 30 12/17/88 9 2011 5 165 Mississippi State
OLB Nicholas Grigsby Nicholas Grigsby N. Grigsby 50
63
#7 OLB 2 6'0" 218 27 7/2/92 4 2016 Pittsburgh
OLB Tim Williams Tim Williams T. Williams 56
74
#75 OLB 2 6'3" 244 25 11/12/93 3 2017 3 78 Alabama
OLB Tyus Bowser Tyus Bowser T. Bowser 54
73
#79 OLB 2 6'2" 244 24 5/23/95 3 2017 2 47 Houston
OLB Jaylon Ferguson Jaylon Ferguson J. Ferguson 45
75
#67 OLB 3 6'5" 259 23 12/14/95 0 2019 3 85 Louisiana Tech
OLB Shane Ray Shane Ray S. Ray 91
76
#61 OLB 3 6'3" 249 26 5/18/93 5 2015 1 23 Missouri
OLB Silas Stewart Silas Stewart S. Stewart 59
72
#67 OLB 3 6'1" 220 23 9/28/95 0 2019 Incarnate Word
OLB Donald Payne Donald Payne D. Payne 58
67
#69 OLB 6'0" 215 25 7/12/94 3 2017 Stetson
OLB Otaro Alaka Otaro Alaka O. Alaka 50
70
#23 OLB 6'3" 240 23 5/18/96 0 2019 Texas A&M
SS Tony Jefferson Tony Jefferson T. Jefferson 23
87
#8 SS 1 5'11" 213 27 1/27/92 7 2013 Oklahoma
SS Anthony Levine Anthony Levine A. Levine 41
81
#20 SS 2 5'11" 203 32 3/27/87 8 2010 Tennessee State
SS Chuck Clark Chuck Clark C. Clark 36
63
#93 SS 3 6'0" 208 24 4/19/95 3 2017 6 186 Virginia Tech
SS Brynden Trawick Brynden Trawick B. Trawick 41
70
#46 SS 6'2" 215 29 10/23/89 7 2013 Troy
P Sam Koch Sam Koch S. Koch 4
84
#3 P 1 6'1" 218 37 8/13/82 14 2006 6 203 Nebraska
P Sean Smith Sean Smith S. Smith 6
85
6'3" 225 32 7/14/87 0 2019 2 61 Utah
FS Earl Thomas Earl Thomas E. Thomas 29
95
#2 FS 1 5'10" 202 30 5/7/89 10 2010 1 14 Texas
FS Deshon Elliott Deshon Elliott D. Elliott 32
69
#62 FS 2 6'1" 210 22 4/21/97 2 2018 6 190
LS Matthew Orzech Matthew Orzech M. Orzech 59
74
#4 LS 6'4" 245 24 4/12/95 0 2019 Azusa Pacific
LS Morgan Cox Morgan Cox M. Cox 46
63
#33 LS 6'4" 241 33 4/26/86 10 2010 Tennessee
C Matt Skura Matt Skura M. Skura 68
75
#30 C 1 6'3" 305 26 2/17/93 3 2016 Duke
C Bradley Bozeman Bradley Bozeman B. Bozeman 77
65
#143 C 2 6'5" 319 24 11/24/94 2 2018 6 215
DT Brandon Williams Brandon Williams B. Williams 98
86
#5 DT 1 6'1" 335 30 2/21/89 7 2013 3 94 Missouri Southern
DT Willie Henry Willie Henry W. Henry 69
79
#26 DT 2 6'3" 303 25 3/20/94 4 2016 4 132 Michigan
DT Gerald Willis III Gerald Willis III G. W. III 9
76
#22 DT 3 6'2" 302 23 8/23/95 0 2019 Miami
DT Kalil Morris Kalil Morris K. Morris 91
74
#72 DT 6'2" 322 23 10/22/95 0 2019 Kent State
S Evan Worthington Evan Worthington E. Worthington 30
75
#5 S 3 6'2" 212 23 9/18/95 0 2019 Colorado
WR Marquise Brown Marquise Brown M. Brown 15
77
#78 WR 1 5'9" 166 22 6/4/97 0 2019 1 25 Oklahoma
WR Willie Snead Willie Snead W. Snead 83
76
#99 WR 1 5'11" 195 26 10/17/92 5 2014 Ball State
WR Miles Boykin Miles Boykin M. Boykin 80
73
#193 WR 1 6'4" 220 22 10/12/96 0 2019 3 93 Notre Dame
WR Seth Roberts Seth Roberts S. Roberts 11
78
#70 WR 2 6'2" 196 28 2/22/91 5 2014 West Alabama
WR Chris Moore Chris Moore C. Moore 10
64
#353 WR 2 6'1" 206 26 6/16/93 4 2016 4 107 Cincinnati
WR Jaleel Scott Jaleel Scott J. Scott 12
65
#343 WR 2 6'5" 218 24 7/23/95 2 2018 4 132
WR Michael Floyd Michael Floyd M. Floyd 13
72
#198 WR 3 6'3" 220 29 11/27/89 8 2012 1 13 Notre Dame
WR Jaylen Smith Jaylen Smith J. Smith 16
76
#107 WR 3 6'2" 219 22 8/1/97 0 2019 Louisville
WR Antoine Wesley Antoine Wesley A. Wesley 84
72
#209 WR 3 6'4" 206 21 10/22/97 0 2019 Texas Tech
WR Joe Horn Jr. Joe Horn Jr. J. Horn Jr. 87
76
#105 WR 5'10" 185 24 9/16/94 0 2019 Missouri Western
WR Sean Modster Sean Modster S. Modster 14
71
#221 WR 5'11" 189 23 11/13/95 0 2019 Boise State
LB Mason McKenrick Mason McKenrick M. McKenrick 50
77
#4 LB 6'2" 208 0 2018
TE Mark Andrews Mark Andrews M. Andrews 89
79
#30 TE 1 6'5" 256 23 9/6/95 2 2018 3 86 Oklahoma
TE Hayden Hurst Hayden Hurst H. Hurst 81
76
#58 TE 2 6'4" 250 25 8/24/93 2 2018 1 25 South Carolina
TE Nick Boyle Nick Boyle N. Boyle 86
80
#28 TE 3 6'4" 268 26 2/17/93 5 2015 5 171 Delaware
TE Charles Scarff Charles Scarff C. Scarff 85
74
#82 TE 6'6" 269 23 5/3/96 0 2019 Delaware
TE Barrett Burns Barrett Burns B. Burns 0
65
#154 TE 6'4" 250 25 3/16/94 1 2017 Appalachian State
TE Cole Herdman Cole Herdman C. Herdman 88
75
#67 TE 6'4" 249 24 6/27/95 0 2019 Purdue
DE Chris Wormley Chris Wormley C. Wormley 93
73
#77 DE 1 6'5" 297 25 10/25/93 3 2017 3 74 Michigan
DE Zach Sieler Zach Sieler Z. Sieler 95
66
#178 DE 2 6'5" 290 23 9/7/95 2 2018 7 238
DE Michael Onuoha Michael Onuoha M. Onuoha 63
75
#88 DE 6'5" 249 26 6/29/93 0 2019 -
DE Aaron Adeoye Aaron Adeoye A. Adeoye 51
75
#96 DE 6'6" 260 25 8/26/93 0 2019 SE Missouri
DE Da'sean Downey Da'sean Downey D. Downey 4
67
#173 DE 6'4" 230 1 2018 Massachusetts
FB Patrick Ricard Patrick Ricard P. Ricard 42
76
#7 FB 5 6'4" 280 25 5/27/94 3 2017 Maine
CB Marlon Humphrey Marlon Humphrey M. Humphrey 44
83
#28 CB 1 6'0" 197 23 7/8/96 3 2017 1 16 Alabama
CB Jimmy Smith Jimmy Smith J. Smith 22
87
#14 CB 1 6'2" 205 31 7/26/88 9 2011 1 27 Colorado
CB Brandon Carr Brandon Carr B. Carr 24
85
#22 CB 2 6'0" 210 33 5/19/86 12 2008 5 140 Grand Valley State
CB Anthony Averett Anthony Averett A. Averett 34
68
#197 CB 2 5'11" 183 24 11/30/94 2 2018 4 118 Alabama
CB Maurice Canady Maurice Canady M. Canady 26
74
#125 CB 3 6'1" 193 25 5/26/94 4 2016 6 209 Virginia
CB Justin Bethel Justin Bethel J. Bethel 28
74
#135 CB 3 6'0" 200 29 6/17/90 8 2012 6 177 Presbyterian - SC
CB Tavon Young Tavon Young T. Young 25
77
#85 CB 5'9" 183 25 3/14/94 4 2016 4 104 Temple
CB Terrell Bonds Terrell Bonds T. Bonds 39
5'9" 176 23 7/22/96 1 2019 Tennessee State
CB Stanley Jean-Baptiste Stanley Jean-Baptiste S. Jean-Baptiste 38
66
#216 CB 6'3" 218 29 4/12/90 3 2014 2 58 Nebraska
CB Iman Marshall Iman Marshall I. Marshall 8
73
#143 CB 6'1" 207 22 2/27/97 0 2019 4 127 USC
CB Jaylen Hill Jaylen Hill J. Hill 43
62
#235 CB 6'0" 185 25 5/26/94 2 2017 Jacksonville State
CB Cyrus Jones Cyrus Jones C. Jones 27
67
#207 CB 5'10" 197 25 11/29/93 4 2016 2 60 Alabama
CB Brandon Boykin Brandon Boykin B. Boykin 35
70
5'9" 182 29 7/13/90 5 2012 4 123 Georgia
NT Michael Pierce Michael Pierce M. Pierce 97
87
#19 NT 1 6'0" 329 26 11/6/92 4 2016 Samford
NT Daylon Mack Daylon Mack D. Mack 94
72
#33 NT 2 6'1" 336 22 2/23/97 0 2019 5 160 Texas A&M
G Jermaine Eluemunor Jermaine Eluemunor J. Eluemunor 71
66
#158 G 1 6'4" 332 24 12/13/94 3 2017 5 159 Texas A&M
G Marshal Yanda Marshal Yanda M. Yanda 73
92
#4 G 1 6'4" 315 34 9/15/84 13 2007 3 86 Iowa
G Ben Powers Ben Powers B. Powers 70
75
#61 G 2 6'4" 307 22 10/29/96 0 2019 4 123 Oklahoma
G C.J. Toogood C.J. Toogood C. Toogood 61
76
#49 G 3 6'2" 293 22 3/29/97 0 2019 Elon
G Patrick Vahe Patrick Vahe P. Vahe 66
75
#60 G 3 6'2" 321 23 4/3/96 0 2019 Texas
K Justin Tucker Justin Tucker J. Tucker 9
88
#1 K 1 6'0" 180 29 11/21/89 8 2012 Texas

Top 3 Ravens Roster Questions of 2019-2020

How Much Has Lamar Jackson Improved as a Passer?

One of the more interesting storylines last season was how the Ravens offense dramatically shifted once Lamar Jackson took over. It was clear there’d be some changes once Jackson replaced Flacco, but it really felt like the Ravens were inventing a new offensive style on the fly once Jackson became the man. Part of the reason their offense was so much more effective down the stretch was because of Lamar Jackson’s proficiency as a runner. He forced opposing defense to play completely differently than they were probably expecting to against the Ravens. However, defenders will likely be more prepared to stop him with a full offseason of preparation, so it’s critical Jackson evolves as well. One thing he absolutely must improve on is his passing game. That’s not to say he was horrible as a passer his rookie year but it’s clearly not a strength of his. If the Ravens truly want to become contenders, Jackson must take major strides forward as a passer.

How Good will Their Defense be Compared to Last Year?

Although the Ravens quarterback controversy was what everyone was talking about last year, it was the Ravens defense that quietly kept the team afloat last season. While the offense was pretty inconsistent, ranging from dynamic and explosive to stale and uninteresting, the defense always stepped up when they were needed. This offseason brought about some changes to the Ravens defense, and it’s hard to say whether they’re better or worse for it. The team saw a lot of major contributors depart in free agency, from defensive lineman Za’Darius Smith, to linebackers Terrell Suggs and C.J. Mosley, and safety Eric Weddle. Conversely, the Ravens defense is extremely deep and full of talented youngsters who never got a chance to play before. They may not be as experienced, but that doesn’t mean they won’t be impactful. They also managed to make one high profile signing defensively by bringing in pro bowl safety Earl Thomas. The defense will look a lot different this season, but they still have a chance to be just as formidable.

Can the Ravens Receivers Step Up?

One notable weak point for the Ravens is their lack of receiving depth. Although they drafted receiver Marquise Brown in the first round, they’re still pretty thin at the position. Two of their three leading receivers in terms of yardage from last season have departed, so a group that was already subpar last year may be even worse this year. Lamar Jackson’s development is a priority as a passer is a priority for the Ravens, so surrounding him with this group is less than desirable. It’s not completely hopeless however, as there’s hope Brown steps up right out of the gate or that they’re tight ends can pick up some of the slack. The Ravens are in a good situation with a starting caliber quarterback on a rookie deal, so there’s no better time to go for a championship then now, before he gets too expensive. But if they really want to make a run, they better have a plan to upgrade their receiving core or hope that one of them breaks out into a star.