The Baltimore Ravens are halfway through training camp. That's given players plenty of opportunities to show what they're made of, while also giving coaches a chance to evaluate them and determine how much longer they should be on the roster.
There is still time for players to make their case to be on the final 53-man roster, but time is running out. On August 26, the first wave of cuts have to be made by all 32 NFL teams. They must reduce their rosters to a maximum of 75 players on the active list, meaning 15 players will be cut from the 90-man roster.
Over the following slides, I'll predict which 15 players won't survive the first wave of cuts. They're divided into tiers to help show how likely they are to be cut in my opinion. These are players who simply aren't getting mentioned by the coaches or beat writers and aren't getting any significant reps in practice to showcase their abilities.