You can't win the Super Bowl and not have a very talented roster.
You also can't win the Super Bowl and hope to keep that roster intact.
Even though they lost five starters in free agency, the Ravens still have a lot of very talented players to choose from. In fact, many of the players who might have been back-ups may now start because of the players that signed with other teams.
Opportunity breeds competition. Young players whose ceiling might have been the practice squad now have a better chance to make the active roster.
Speaking of Baltimore's practice squad, seven of the eight players that were on it last year are still on the roster today. The one player no longer on the team is quarterback Dennis Dixon, who is now a Philadelphia Eagle.
Who will be there this year? The general trend is that players will spend, at most, three years on one practice squad. Then they will usually be picked up by another team, get cut or retire.
This is a list of five players who have the potential to make the active roster, but could likely land on the Ravens' practice squad if kept.