Mitch Stringer-US PRESSWIRE
Tommy Streeter may earn himself a roster spot by default.
Though sixth-round pick Tommy Streeter is currently fifth on the wide receiver depth chart, that doesn't mean he's in danger of not earning a roster spot this year.
Streeter has looked fairly good in training camp thus far, with his speed and height making him a good red-zone target. However, he still needs to work on his route running, which could result in him getting limited regular-season playing time should he make the roster.
Streeter is up against a Ravens receiving corps that includes Anquan Boldin, Torrey Smith, Jacoby Jones, LaQuan Williams, Tandon Doss, David Reed and undrafted rookie Deonte Thompson.
Though Williams and Doss aren't guaranteed roster spots simply because they've been in Baltimore for a year, Streeter will have to continue to fight and improve in order to steal one of their spots.
Reed, who hasn't yet practiced as he continues rehabbing his knee, is clearly on the bubble.
The Ravens may choose to have six receivers on the active roster, especially if they are concerned that Streeter won't pass through waivers and make it to their practice squad.