With so many veterans leaving during the offseason, the Baltimore Ravens are making it clear that they want to get younger at most of their key positions. Only seven players on the current roster are 30 years old or older; of those seven, only Michael Huff, Terrell Suggs, Bryant McKinnie and Vonta Leach have serious starting aspirations.
Ten new rookies were added in the 2013 NFL draft. Most likely not all of them will make the roster with some of them destined for the practice squad or to get cut late in August.
This draft class was regarded as a deep one, though, so the possibility exists that there is a late-round gem. Meanwhile, the first three picks have at the potential to grab starting jobs this season, which should put veterans on notice.
Ozzie Newsome has made it clear that even the positive memories of a Super Bowl win will not influence what the team decides to do with a player. Here's a look at six veterans who have reason to worry for their jobs and their future as a Baltimore Raven.