Well, it would appear that at least one or two of them probably must go. The Ravens could use the extra salary cap savings and while Harbaugh loves competition at each spot, nine safeties are several too many. Nick Perry and Jermaine Whitehead obviously would have been long shots to make the roster whether the Ravens added Weddle or not. Anthony Levine is one of the team's top special teams players, so he earns his roster spot. But that still leaves Hill, Webb, Lewis, Elam and Brooks. If my Twitter feed is any indication, the fans feel that Webb and Lewis should be the odd men out. But Harbaugh and general manager Ozzie Newsome have maintained all offseason that they envision Webb being a starting safety next year. Cutting Webb before June 1 would also create $6 million in dead money. That would be prohibitive. As for the other potential cap savings, Lewis would create less than $950,000 of cap space, Hill would create $3 million while jettisoning Elam would save $1.3 million. Hill was probably the Ravens' best safety last year, but his cap number ($4.8 million) could put him in jeopardy.