Cornerback and right tackle might be the two positions the Baltimore Ravens are most likely to address between now and the start of the season.

Team officials have said adding competition for their third cornerback job is a priority. The Ravens also have just four cornerbacks on their roster that are not undrafted free agents.

And at right tackle, Baltimore is optimistic regarding 2013 fifth-round pick Rick Wagner, but the team could look to add competition.

The Ravens have 2013 sixth-round pick Ryan Jensen competing with Wagner. They also have former third-round pick Jah Reid. But they could look to bring in another player as well.

So here is a look at five of the top tackles still available as well as a look at five of the top cornerbacks still available (listed alphabetically):

TACKLES

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Tyson Clabo

Clabo was the Atlanta Falcons' starting right tackle from 2006 through 2012 and started 15 games at right tackle for the Miami Dolphins last year. However, he will be 33 in October and reportedly struggled with the Dolphins after being released by the Falcons earlier last year.

Ryan Harris

Harris has been a starter before and played under new Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak in Houston the last two years. He was primarily a backup with the Texans, but he did start three games last season and two in 2012. He was also a full-time starter at right tackle with the Denver Broncos from 2008-10.

Dennis Roland

Roland spent the last six seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals. He was a starter in 2009 and 2010, but he was primarily a backup the last three years. He was also released early last season before being re-signed late in the year after one of the Bengals' starting offensive lineman got hurt.

Jeremy Trueblood

Trueblood was a full-time starter for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from his rookie season in 2006 through 2011 and started 10 games for the Atlanta Falcons last season.

Eric Winston

Winston is likely the best available option among free agent tackles. He was a third-round pick in 2006 and has been a starting right tackle each of the last eight years. He spent the first six seasons of his career playing under Gary Kubiak in Houston. He signed with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2012, spent one year with the Chiefs and then played for the Arizona Cardinals last season.

CORNERBACKS

Marquice Cole

Cole was a reserve defensive back for the New York Jets from 2009-11 and played for the New England Patriots in 2012 and last season. He was cut by the Patriots late last year and joined the Denver Broncos, and he was active for the Broncos' loss to the Seattle Seahawks in the Super Bowl.

Dunta Robinson

Robinson is 32 now and was cut by the Kansas City Chiefs after just one season, but he is a former first-round pick who was a respected starter for the Atlanta Falcons from his rookie season in 2004 through his last season with Atlanta in 2012.

Aaron Ross

Ross was a first-round pick of the New York Giants in 2007 and started 15 games for the Giants in 2011, but he was cut after just one year with the Jacksonville Jaguars and missed most of last season with New York because of a back injury. However, Ravens secondary coach Steve Spagnuolo was the Giants' defensive coordinator when the team drafted Ross and coached Ross for two seasons, so there may be some sort of relationship there.

Asante Samuel

Samuel has been one of the NFL's top playmakers among defensive backs during the last decade or so. He is 33 now and was cut by the Atlanta Falcons earlier this offseason, but he did start 10 games for the Falcons last season and had five interceptions for Atlanta in 2012.

Terrell Thomas

Three years ago, Thomas was of the more promising young cornerbacks in the NFL, but he missed both 2011 and 2012 after tearing and then re-tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee. However, he returned last season, started seven games and had 67 tackles and an interception. Also, like Ross, he played under Spagnuolo in New York.

Other options: Aaron Berry, Drayton Florence, Dominique Franks, Jabari Greer, Quentin Jammer, D.J. Moore, Justin Rogers, Corey Webster

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