12. Brandon Carr, cornerback
Brandon Carr brings a wealth of experience to the Ravens’ secondary, and he may be the best option to play in the slot when games being to count for real. He also has the possibility of being a very important leader in the locker room.
13. DeShon Elliott, safety
Maybe the staff at ITI is biased, but we believe Malcolm Jenkins and Rodney McLeod form the best starting safety duo in the entire NFL. If Earl Thomas is one-hundred percent healthy, he and Tony Jefferson are a close second. We probably won’t see any of those four on Thursday night.
That probably means DeShon Elliott and Anthony Levine Sr. start. If not they’ll get some decent playing time. That will give Eagles fans a chance to see the next two safeties on Baltimore’s depth chart.
14. Anthony Levine Sr., safety
Anthony Levine Sr. has nothing to worry about when cut days come around. He’s, without question, one of the most gifted and versatile players the Raven have on this team, period.