Five for Friday: Positions where depth is an issue for Ravens
A healthy squad for the Ravens means we get a full view of the team's roster, and thus, depth at the start of training camp. With different units rotating in and out of practice, it's clear to see where the Ravens would experience the biggest downgrade if second- or third-teamers were suddenly forced into the lineup. This week's Five for Friday hits on five positions where the Ravens might not feel wonderful about their depth entering training camp.
-- Jon Meoli, The Baltimore Sun
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Guard( Jim McIsaac, Getty Images / March 9, 2014 )
This wasn't meant to be an indictment of the inexperience of the second- and third-team offensive linemen, but it appears it's become that. At guard, behind Marshall Yanda and Kelechi Osemele, the Ravens have players like Jensen, Reid, and Will Rackley -- all relatively unproven on the interior of the line. There's no way to find out whether a young player can play unless it's in game situations, but the Ravens have to hope they find out during training camp and the preseason before feeling comfortable carrying any as top reserves.