Practice squad: The Ravens would prefer to fill most of their 10 spots with players they initially signed and have spent the past couple of months teaching and developing. That, however, is not entirely in their control. To return to the organization and be added to the practice squad, the players the Ravens cut would first have to pass through waivers. Then, they would have to opt to re-sign with the Ravens over any other practice squad offers they're getting. That's hardly a formality. Still, the bet here is that most of the Ravens' practice squad will be made up of guys that they let go Saturday. The list of candidates includes quarterback Josh Woodrum, running back Taquan Mizzell, fullback Ricky Ortiz, wide receiver Quincy Adeboyejo, tight end Ryan Malleck, offensive linemen Maurquice Shakir and Matt Skura, linebackers Boseko Lokombo and Donald Payne, and cornerback Reggie Porter. The Ravens have already extended practice squad invitations to many of those players, but they'll need to clear waivers for that to be an option.