Baltimore Ravens Roster 2020 Baltimore Ravens Roster

0-0, T-1st AFC North

vs CLE

5:00 pm GMT, 9/13

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 Height Weight Age Birthday Exp. Drafted Draft Round Draft Pick College
QB
Lamar Jackson
Lamar Jackson L. Jackson
8
89
#4 QB 6'2" 216 23 1/7/97 3 2018 1 32 Louisville
QB
Trace McSorley
Trace McSorley T. McSorley
7
72
#52 QB 6'0" 202 24 8/23/95 2 2019 6 197 Penn State
QB
Tyler Huntley
Tyler Huntley T. Huntley
2
67
#120 QB 6'1" 196 0 2020
QB
Robert Griffin III
Robert Griffin III R. G. III
3
67
#120 QB 6'2" 223 30 2/12/90 8 2012 1 2 Baylor
RB
Mark Ingram
Mark Ingram M. Ingram
21
86
#16 RB 5'9" 215 30 12/21/89 10 2011 1 28 Alabama
RB
Gus Edwards
Gus Edwards G. Edwards
35
78
#64 RB 6'1" 235 25 4/13/95 3 2018 Rutgers
RB
Justice Hill
Justice Hill J. Hill
43
71
#171 RB 5'10" 198 22 11/14/97 2 2019 4 113 Oklahoma State
RB
De'Anthony Thomas
De'Anthony Thomas D. Thomas
84
70
#197 RB 5'9" 174 27 1/5/93 7 2014 4 124 Oregon
RB
Bronson Rechsteiner
Bronson Rechsteiner B. Rechsteiner
34
67
#305 RB 6'0" 230 22 10/24/97 0 2020 Kennesaw State
RB
J.K. Dobbins
J.K. Dobbins J. Dobbins
27
67
#305 RB 5'9" 209 21 12/17/98 0 2020 2 55 Ohio State
WR
Marquise Brown
Marquise Brown M. Brown
15
79
#70 WR 5'9" 166 22 6/4/97 2 2019 1 25 Oklahoma
WR
Willie Snead
Willie Snead W. Snead
83
77
#94 WR 5'11" 195 27 10/17/92 6 2014 Ball State
WR
Miles Boykin
Miles Boykin M. Boykin
80
74
#159 WR 6'4" 220 23 10/12/96 2 2019 3 93 Notre Dame
WR
Chris Moore
Chris Moore C. Moore
10
73
#191 WR 6'1" 206 26 6/16/93 5 2016 4 107 Cincinnati
WR
Antoine Wesley
Antoine Wesley A. Wesley
84
72
#228 WR 6'4" 206 22 10/22/97 1 2019 Texas Tech
WR
Jaleel Scott
Jaleel Scott J. Scott
12
67
#555 WR 6'5" 218 24 7/23/95 3 2018 4 132 New Mexico State
WR
Michael Dereus
Michael Dereus M. Dereus
82
67
#555 WR 6'1" 209 0 2020 Georgetown
WR
Jaylon Moore
Jaylon Moore J. Moore
67
#555 WR 6'0'' 187 0 2020 Tennessee-Martin
WR
James Proche
James Proche J. Proche
11
67
#555 WR 5'11" 201 0 2020 6 201 SMU
WR
Devin Duvernay
Devin Duvernay D. Duvernay
13
67
#555 WR 5'10" 202 0 2020 3 92 Texas
TE
Mark Andrews
Mark Andrews M. Andrews
89
86
#12 TE 6'5" 256 24 9/6/95 3 2018 3 86 Oklahoma
TE
Nick Boyle
Nick Boyle N. Boyle
86
78
#43 TE 6'4" 268 27 2/17/93 6 2015 5 171 Delaware
TE
Charles Scarff
Charles Scarff C. Scarff
85
74
#91 TE 6'6" 269 24 5/3/96 1 2019 Delaware
TE
Eli Wolf
Eli Wolf E. Wolf
87
68
#234 TE 6'4" 238 23 3/11/97 2020 Georgia
TE
Jacob Breeland
Jacob Breeland J. Breeland
88
67
#282 TE 6'5" 252 0 2020 Oregon
C
Matt Skura
Matt Skura M. Skura
68
76
#20 C 6'3" 305 27 2/17/93 3 2016 Duke
C
Bradley Bozeman
Bradley Bozeman B. Bozeman
77
67
#91 C 6'5" 319 25 11/24/94 3 2018 6 215 Alabama
C
Trystan Colon-Castillo
Trystan Colon-Castillo T. Colon-Castillo
63
67
#91 C 6'3" 313 0 2020 Missouri
C
Sean Pollard
Sean Pollard S. Pollard
69
67
#91 C 6'5" 309 22 3/27/98 0 2020 Clemson
OG
Ben Powers
Ben Powers B. Powers
72
75
#43 OG 6'4" 307 23 10/29/96 2 2019 4 123 Oklahoma
OG
Ben Bredeson
Ben Bredeson B. Bredeson
67
67
#113 OG 6'5" 316 22 2/20/98 0 2020 4 143 Michigan
OG
Tyre Phillips
Tyre Phillips T. Phillips
74
67
#113 OG 6'5" 331 23 1/29/97 0 2020 3 106 Mississippi State
OG
Daishawn Dixon
Daishawn Dixon D. Dixon
62
67
#113 OG 6'5" 325 22 6/19/97 0 2020 San Diego State
OG
RJ Prince
RJ Prince R. Prince
61
67
#113 OG 6'6" 325 25 4/19/95 1 2018 North Carolina
OT
Ronnie Stanley
Ronnie Stanley R. Stanley
79
91
#4 OT 6'6" 312 26 3/18/94 5 2016 1 6 Notre Dame
OT
Orlando Brown
Orlando Brown O. Brown
78
84
#21 OT 6'8" 345 24 5/2/96 3 2018 3 83 Oklahoma
OT
DJ Fluker
DJ Fluker D. Fluker
70
82
#25 OT 6'5" 339 29 3/13/91 8 2013 1 11 Alabama
OT
Patrick Mekari
Patrick Mekari P. Mekari
65
71
#109 OT 6'5" 314 22 8/13/97 2 2019 California
OT
Andre Smith
Andre Smith A. Smith
76
67
#226 OT 6'4" 335 33 1/25/87 3 2009 1 6 Albama
OT
Will Holden
Will Holden W. Holden
66
67
#226 OT 6'7" 313 26 9/14/93 2 2017 5 157 Vanderbilt
OT
Randin Crecelius
Randin Crecelius R. Crecelius
60
67
#226 OT 6'6" 304 23 8/5/96 2 2018 Portland
NT
Brandon Williams
Brandon Williams B. Williams
98
86
#1 NT 6'1" 335 31 2/21/89 8 2013 3 94 Missouri Southern State
NT
Justin Ellis
Justin Ellis J. Ellis
71
75
#13 NT 6'1" 334 29 12/27/90 7 2014 4 107 Louisiana Tech
DT
Daylon Mack
Daylon Mack D. Mack
94
72
#111 DT 6'1" 336 23 2/23/97 2 2019 5 160 Texas A&M
DT
Broderick Washington Jr.
Broderick Washington Jr. B. Washington Jr.
96
67
#232 DT 6'2" 305 0 2020 5 170 Texas Tech
DT
Aaron Crawford
Aaron Crawford A. Crawford
69
67
#232 DT 6'2" 295 0 2020 North Carolina
DT
Justin Madubuike
Justin Madubuike J. Madubuike
92
67
#232 DT 6'3" 293 0 2020 3 71 Texas A&M
DE
Calais Campbell
Calais Campbell C. Campbell
93
94
#4 DE 6'8" 300 33 9/1/86 13 2008 2 50 Miami (Fla.)
DE
Matt Judon
Matt Judon M. Judon
99
81
#36 DE 6'3" 275 27 8/15/92 5 2016 5 146 Grand Valley State
DE
Patrick Ricard
Patrick Ricard P. Ricard
42
81
#36 DE 6'4" 280 26 5/27/94 4 2017 Maine
DE
Derek Wolfe
Derek Wolfe D. Wolfe
95
78
#49 DE 6'5" 295 30 2/24/90 9 2012 2 36 Cincinnati
DE
Aaron Adeoye
Aaron Adeoye A. Adeoye
51
75
#78 DE 6'6" 260 26 8/26/93 1 2019 Southeast Missouri State
DE
Jaylon Ferguson
Jaylon Ferguson J. Ferguson
45
75
#78 DE 6'5" 259 24 12/14/95 2 2019 3 85 Louisiana Tech
DE
Michael Onuoha
Michael Onuoha M. Onuoha
96
75
#78 DE 6'5" 249 26 6/29/93 1 2019 Texas A&M-Commerce
DE
Jihad Ward
Jihad Ward J. Ward
53
71
#146 DE 6'5" 297 26 3/11/94 5 2016 2 44 Illinois
DE
Chauncey Rivers
Chauncey Rivers C. Rivers
97
67
#271 DE 6'2" 271 22 6/12/97 0 2020 Mississippi State
DE
John Daka
John Daka J. Daka
56
67
#271 DE 6'2" 224 0 2020 James Madison
DE
Marcus Willoughby
Marcus Willoughby M. Willoughby
91
67
#271 DE 6'3" 253 21 7/26/98 0 2020 Elon
LB
Pernell McPhee
Pernell McPhee P. McPhee
90
81
#51 LB 6'3" 280 31 12/17/88 9 2011 5 165 Mississippi State
LB
Jake Ryan
Jake Ryan J. Ryan
47
80
#58 LB 6'3" 238 28 2/27/92 5 2015 4 129 Michigan
LB
Tyus Bowser
Tyus Bowser T. Bowser
54
72
#202 LB 6'2" 244 25 5/23/95 4 2017 2 47 Houston
LB
Otaro Alaka
Otaro Alaka O. Alaka
50
70
#266 LB 6'3" 240 24 5/18/96 2 2019 Texas A&M
LB
LJ Fort
LJ Fort L. Fort
58
68
#377 LB 6'0" 230 30 1/3/90 6 2012 Northern Iowa
LB
Patrick Queen
Patrick Queen P. Queen
48
67
#478 LB 6'0" 229 20 8/13/99 0 2020 1 28 LSU
LB
Kristian Welch
Kristian Welch K. Welch
57
67
#478 LB 6'3" 240 22 5/24/98 0 2020 Iowa
LB
Malik Harrison
Malik Harrison M. Harrison
40
67
#478 LB 6'3" 246 0 2020 3 98 Ohio State
LB
Chris Board
Chris Board C. Board
49
67
#478 LB 6'1" 230 24 7/23/95 3 2018 North Dakota State
CB
Marlon Humphrey
Marlon Humphrey M. Humphrey
44
92
#4 CB 6'0" 197 23 7/8/96 4 2017 1 16 Alabama
CB
Marcus Peters
Marcus Peters M. Peters
24
86
#20 CB 6'0" 197 27 1/9/93 6 2015 1 18 Washington
CB
Jimmy Smith
Jimmy Smith J. Smith
22
83
#34 CB 6'2" 205 31 7/26/88 10 2011 1 27 Colorado
CB
Tavon Young
Tavon Young T. Young
25
76
#90 CB 5'9" 183 26 3/14/94 5 2016 4 104 Temple
CB
Iman Marshall
Iman Marshall I. Marshall
37
73
#158 CB 6'1" 207 23 2/27/97 2 2019 4 127 USC
CB
Terrell Bonds
Terrell Bonds T. Bonds
39
69
#241 CB 5'9" 176 23 7/22/96 1 2019 Tennessee State
CB
Anthony Averett
Anthony Averett A. Averett
34
68
#302 CB 5'11" 183 25 11/30/94 3 2018 4 118 Alabama
CB
Khalil Dorsey
Khalil Dorsey K. Dorsey
31
67
#386 CB 5'9" 171 0 2020 Northern Arizona
CB
Josh Nurse
Josh Nurse J. Nurse
33
67
#386 CB 6'3" 200 0 2020 Utah
CB
Jeff Hector
Jeff Hector J. Hector
30
67
#386 CB 6'0" 185 0 2020
SS
Jordan Richards
Jordan Richards J. Richards
28
72
#61 SS 5'11" 211 27 1/21/93 6 2015 2 64 Stanford
SS
Nigel Warrior
Nigel Warrior N. Warrior
39
67
#141 SS 6'0" 190 22 12/14/97 0 2020 Tennessee
SS
Geno Stone
Geno Stone G. Stone
26
67
#141 SS 5'10" 207 21 4/19/99 0 2020 7 219 Iowa
FS
Earl Thomas
Earl Thomas E. Thomas
29
95
#2 FS 5'10" 202 31 5/7/89 11 2010 1 14 Texas
FS
Chuck Clark
Chuck Clark C. Clark
36
77
#38 FS 6'0" 208 25 4/19/95 4 2017 6 186 Virginia Tech
FS
Anthony Levine
Anthony Levine A. Levine
41
73
#62 FS 5'11" 203 33 3/27/87 9 2010 Tennessee State
FS
Deshon Elliott
Deshon Elliott D. Elliott
32
69
#93 FS 6'1" 210 23 4/21/97 3 2018 6 190 Texas
LS
Morgan Cox
Morgan Cox M. Cox
46 6'4" 241 34 4/26/86 11 2010 Tennessee
LS
Nick Moore
Nick Moore N. Moore
60 6'2" 246 27 12/9/92 0 2019 Georgia
P
Sam Koch
Sam Koch S. Koch
4
85
#4 P 6'1" 218 37 8/13/82 15 2006 6 203 Nebraska
P
Dom Maggio
Dom Maggio D. Maggio
17
67
#65 P 6'3" 190 22 4/23/98 0 2020 Wake Forest
PK
Justin Tucker
Justin Tucker J. Tucker
9
86
#2 PK 6'0" 180 30 11/21/89 9 2012 Texas
PK
Nick Vogel
Nick Vogel N. Vogel
18
67
#76 PK 5'10" 190 0 2020 UAB

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.