Ravens release first depth chart of 2022

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The Baltimore Ravens reconstructed many different parts of their roster over the course of the 2022 offseason. They brought in key contributors to help bounce back from a 2021 season that saw them lose countless players to injury as well as a six-game losing streak to end their year.

There have been questions about playing time and who will win certain positional battles throughout the roster. While there is still plenty of time for players to earn key snaps and roles, Baltimore released their first unofficial depth chart. The list was put together by the Ravens’ public relations staff, and gives an early glimpse of where players could be based off of a multitude of factors.

Some of the biggest key points from the first depth chart of the year for the Ravens include the fact that Mike Davis is the No. 3 running back ahead of Tyler Badie, Justice Hill and others, and Devin Duvernay is listed as the starting wide receiver opposite of Rashod Bateman, beating out James Proche II and Tylan Wallace for the time being. However, in all likelihood those two positions should see plenty of key contributions from multiple different people.

Ben Powers is currently listed as the starting left guard, with Tyre Phillips as his backup and Jimmy Murray third on the list. Ben Cleveland is listed as the top backup for right guard.

As training camp and the preseason move along, there could be substantial shifts in what Baltimore’s depth chart looks like. Players are out to prove themselves, and they could surpass others who are currently ahead of them.

Story originally appeared on Ravens Wire