9. James Hurst, right tackle
James Hurst is the second right tackle on the Ravens depth chart, and it should be interesting to see if he can neutralize an Eagles pass rush that’s suddenly caught fire. That will be the majority of his responsibility on Thursday night.
10. Iman Marshall, cornerback
When Tavon Young got injured, it shook up things in the Ravens secondary. Iman Marshall may not make the Ravens roster, but he’ll, no doubt, be playing his behind off between now and the close of the preseason. He’ll most likely be matched up against some young Eagles wide receivers who are trying to make a roster themselves.
That could lead to some rather interesting matchups.
11. Shane Ray, linebacker
The excitement that surrounded Shane Ray‘s signing on May 17th has now been replaced by the disappointment of seeing him have a rough Summer. If he does wind up on the Ravens’ roster, it may take two strong showings in their final two games. Let’s hope he hasn’t saved his best performance for Thursday night.