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Looking at the Ravens Depth Chart

September 05, 2018 - 10:15 am

By Austin Medina  

With the regular season starting Sunday for the Ravens, let’s take a look at the team’s unofficial depth chart.

Some interesting takeaways include Orlando Brown Jr. behind James Hurst for the right tackle position. It was an uphill battle for Brown, as Hurst signed a new contract in May. Brown Jr. has been impressive in his rookie campaign, so I expect the Ravens to get him on the field sooner than later.

Patrick Onwuasor is starting ahead of Kenny Young. Young injured his knee in the last preseason game so being second on the depth chart makes sense. The fourth-round pick is still “day-to-day”.

Lamar Jackson is listed ahead of Robert Griffin III. Although it’s written as such, it would be interesting to see if Jackson came in before Griffin III. If there was a reason for a backup to come in, Baltimore would probably go to RG3.

All this could still be changed ahead of Sunday's opener with the Buffalo Bills.