Thu. Sep 24th, 2020

Takeaways From Release of Ravens’ First Depth…

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Takeaways From Release of Ravens’ First Depth...

Jermaine Eluemunor Atop the Pack at LG

The most wide-open competition for a starting job is at left guard and Jermaine Eluemunor is atop the pack. The third-year London product got a lot of the first-team reps over the summer but the Ravens have been trying different players thus far in training camp, especially as Eluemunor gets into better shape. He’s a wide-bodied blocker at 6-foot-4, 335 pounds and has good feet.

Veteran James Hurst, who is one of the more experienced players at left guard, isn’t listed there at all on the depth chart. He’s at No. 2 behind Orlando Brown Jr. at right tackle. Rookie fourth-round pick Ben Powers is No. 3 on the left guard depth chart behind Alex Lewis (shoulder).

Pernell McPhee Steps Into Terrell Suggs’ Spot

Veteran outside linebacker Pernell McPhee is listed as the starting RUSH linebacker – the spot previously held by Terrell Suggs. McPhee has impressed coaches so far in practice and is coaching up the younger players. McPhee is backed up by Tim Williams, then third-round rookie Jaylon Ferguson.

As is no surprise, Matthew Judon is listed as the starting SAM linebacker. Tyus Bowser is at No. 2 and veteran free-agent addition Shane Ray is listed at No. 3.

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