DeAngelo Tyson, defensive end

<b>GS: 0 | GP: 13 | Snaps: 204</b><br><br>
<b>Season in review:</b> The 2012 seventh-round pick continued to hang around in 2013 and find his way onto the field. He was an afterthought, at least outside the Castle, heading into the season, but he ended up playing in 13 games and wrestled away potential snaps from Brandon Williams, a third-round pick last April, after Marcus Spears was cut. In limited snaps, Tyson was graded favorably by Pro Football Focus.<br><br> 
<b>Stat that stands out:</b> two -- sacks for Tyson in 70 snaps as a pass rusher, according to Pro Football Focus.<br><br> 
<b>Outlook for 2014 and beyond:</b> Tyson has shown over the past two seasons that he is someone who can be counted on to play 10 to 20 snaps a game and hold his own. He may never become a starter for the Ravens, but he could be a decent situational player for them. He will fight for a roster spot this summer.

( Kenneth K. Lam, Baltimore Sun / November 17, 2013 )

GS: 0 | GP: 13 | Snaps: 204

Season in review: The 2012 seventh-round pick continued to hang around in 2013 and find his way onto the field. He was an afterthought, at least outside the Castle, heading into the season, but he ended up playing in 13 games and wrestled away potential snaps from Brandon Williams, a third-round pick last April, after Marcus Spears was cut. In limited snaps, Tyson was graded favorably by Pro Football Focus.

Stat that stands out: two -- sacks for Tyson in 70 snaps as a pass rusher, according to Pro Football Focus.

Outlook for 2014 and beyond: Tyson has shown over the past two seasons that he is someone who can be counted on to play 10 to 20 snaps a game and hold his own. He may never become a starter for the Ravens, but he could be a decent situational player for them. He will fight for a roster spot this summer.

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