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53: Ryan Jensen
The Ravens will actually have a lot of young offensive-line depth this season, with sixth-round pick Ryan Jensen possibly being on the bubble.
52: Aaron Mellette
The Ravens are looking for a receiver to step up, and seventh-round pick Aaron Mellette will be given every opportunity to do that. The step up in competition could be too much for the rookie to make an impact immediately.
51: Anthony Allen
Anthony Allen isn't worth much as a runner, but he is a valued special teamer that provides depth.
50: Ramon Harewood
Ramon Harewood began the year as a starter, but he wasn't even activated for some games later in the season. He played decently, and he deserves another chance to show he can be a future starter.
49: Morgan Cox
Morgan Cox is one of the best long snappers in the NFL. He brings peace of mind to the Ravens' special teams.
48: Marc Anthony
There is a chance for Marc Anthony to get some reps in a defensive backfield that needs work. More likely, though, Anthony will be relegated to special teams duty.
47: Josh Bynes
Josh Bynes got some reps last season at inside linebacker, and he didn't look out of place. He will have to do more to show he can be a regular player, but he is at least good for some solid depth.
46: Bryan Hall
Bryan Hall is making the move to inside linebacker after proving to be a disruptive player at defensive tackle. The transition will be interesting to watch, but Hall has a good chance to make it work based on his quickness and strength.