After going 8-8 and failing to reach the playoffs, the Baltimore Ravens are looking for a bounce-back season in 2014.
Getting strong performances from the rookies will be key to this rebound. This year's draft class not only has several potential contributors, but also a few guys capable of starting this season.
Given Baltimore's recent history in the draft, there's reason to believe that several rookies will see significant snaps in 2014.
Last year, first-rounder Matt Elam became the full-time starter at free safety early in the season. Defensive linemen John Simon and Brandon Williams, as well as linebacker Arthur Brown, were used as backups.
For the 2014 Ravens to get back to the postseason, they will need contributions from this year's rookie class as well. Here is a breakdown of what should be expected of each draft pick in both training camp and potentially in the regular season.
Not every undrafted rookie is included, but a few who could make the 53-man roster and play a significant role are on this list.