Safeties Eric Weddle and Tony Jefferson played almost every defensive snap when healthy (Jefferson missed two games with an ankle injury). Weddle often wore the defensive headset, calling signals from the back end, and his constant stunting helped keep opposing quarterbacks off-balance. He was not the playmaker he’d been in past seasons (no interceptions and just three passes defended), but according to Pro Football Focus, he deserved the Pro Bowl selection he received at the end of the season. Jefferson, meanwhile, took a step forward from his first season in Baltimore, giving the Ravens above-average performance in coverage and against the run. It’s debatable whether he’s lived up to the four-year, $34 million deal the team gave him in 2017, but he’s a fine NFL starter. Chuck Clark impressed Ravens coaches during the preseason and did a competent job as the team’s third safety in 2018.