Some people may question me putting David Reed here, especially since he is primarily a special teams player. However, in addition to returning kicks this year, Reed did spend some time playing as receiver. Of course, he is now on IR, putting an end to a hugely disappointing second season.
During his two years in the NFL, Reed has yet to catch a ball in the regular season. Many of that is due to opportunity since he has never been higher than fifth on the wide receiver depth chart. Still, he hasn't impressed in his rare opportunities, and his kick return numbers actually don't help.
Reed has been the Ravens primary kick returner for the last two years, and he has rewarded the team with exactly one kick return touchdown. A troubling trend this year was ball control, as Reed fumbled the ball away three times, two of which severely hurt the Ravens' chances to win against the Seattle Seahawks.
For Reed to remain as a Raven next year, he will need to prove himself through the offseason and possibly preseason. The potential is still there, though, if he can get better at ball security.