The Ravens make their major cutdown on Saturday. Here's a look at which players improved and which ones dropped as a result of their performance in the preseason finale:
WR David Reed: His bad training camp is a distant memory. In the preseason finale, he led Ravens with 65 yards receiving and averaged 34.5 yards on kickoff returns.
LB Edgar Jones: He recorded one sack and two special teams tackles.
K Billy Cundiff: He didn't get a field-goal opportunity, but he nailed both of kickoffs (one went nine yards deep in the end zone and the other landed at the goal line). Still, don't know if this was enough to push him over the top.
LB Jason Phillips: He'll bring down a running back in between the tackles. But pass coverage is a weak area for Phillps, who was beaten for the first touchdown.
SS Ken Hamlin: His strength was supposed to be hitting people. But he seemed totally disinterested in doing so in the preseason finale.
PR Prince Miller: Botching that punt return sealed his fate on the practice squad.
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