Ravens Release First 2015 Depth Chart


The Ravens will open the preseason against the New Orleans Saints next Thursday at M&T Bank Stadium, and the team has released its first depth chart of 2015 as part of the weekly game program.

This is an unofficial depth chart put together by the team's public relations staff, not by Head Coach John Harbaugh, but the lineups can shed some light on which players are running the most with the first team through the first two weeks of training camp.

Here are nine observations, followed by the offensive and defensive depth charts below:

-  Kamar Aiken is listed as a starting receiver opposite Steve Smith Sr. Aiken has consistently played well throughout training camp, and injuries to Breshad Perriman (knee) and Marlon Brown (back) have cleared his path to the starting lineup.

-  Michael Campanaro is listed as the starting punt returner, followed by Asa Jackson and DeAndre Carter. Veterans Smith Sr. and Lardarius Webb have both publicly campaigned for the punt returner job, but neither of them are listed on the depth chart at returner.

  • Jackson is listed as the starting kick returner, followed by Campanaro and Carter.

  • Third-year inside linebacker Arthur Brown is listed as the backup behind C.J. Mosley. Second-year linebacker Zach Orr is listed as third-string behind Daryl Smith and Albert McClellan. There has been some projections that Brown and Orr could be competing for a roster spot when the Ravens make their cuts to the 53-man roster.

-  Kapron Lewis-Moore is the second-string defensive tackle behind Timmy Jernigan. The Ravens hope Lewis-Moore can stay healthy after spending his first two NFL seasons on injured reserve.

-  Brent Urban is the third-string defensive end behind Chris Canty and Lawrence Guy. Urban spent last year on injured reserve after tearing his ACL in training camp, and he has yet to play in an NFL game.

-  Rookie sixth-round pick Darren Waller is listed as a fourth-string receiver. Undrafted rookies Carter and Daniel Brown, and last year's undrafted receiver Jeremy Butler are all ahead of him on the depth chart.

-  Cornerback Quinton Pointer is listed as third-string, ahead of rookie fourth-round pick Tray Walker. Pointer has come on strong during training camp, and could end up playing his way onto the 53-man roster.

-  Lorenzo Taliaferro is currently the No. 2 running back behind Justin Forsett. Rookie Buck Allen is third-string.

Here is the full depth chart, which could help you in our "You Pick The Team" contest:

   Pos. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
LWR Kamar Aiken Breshad Perriman Michael Campanaro Darren Waller
DeAndre Carter
Tom Nelson
RWR Steve Smith, Sr. Marlon Brown Jeremy Butler Aldrick Robinson
Daniel Brown
Trent Steelman
LT Eugene Monroe James Hurst Blaine Clausell  
LG Kelechi Osemele Robert Myers Kaleb Johnson  
C Jeremy Zuttah Ryan Jensen Nick Easton  
RG Marshal Yanda John Urschel Leon Brown Marcel Jones
RT Rick Wagner Jah Reid De'Ondre Wesley Darryl Baldwin
TE Crockett Gillmore Maxx Williams Nick Boyle Allen Reisner
Konrad Reuland
Dennis Pitta
QB Joe Flacco Matt Schaub Bryn Renner  
FB Kyle Juszczyk Kiero Small    
RB Justin Forsett Lorenzo Taliaferro Javorius Allen Fitzgerald Toussaint
Terrence McGee
   Pos. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
DT Timmy Jernigan Kapron Lewis-Moore Christo Bilukidi  
NT Brandon Williams Carl Davis DeAngelo Tyson Micajah Reynolds
DE Chris Canty Lawrence Guy Brent Urban  
OLB Terrell Suggs Za'Darius Smith Zach Thompson  
ILB C.J. Mosley Arthur Brown Andrew Bose  
ILB Daryl Smith Albert McClellan Zachary Orr  
Sam Courtney Upshaw -OR- Elvis Dumervil Steven Means Brennen Beyer
LCB Lardarius Webb Kyle Arrington Quinton Pointer Tray Walker
Cassius Vaughn
SS Will Hill Brynden Trawick Matt Elam  
FS Kendrick Lewis Anthony Levine Sr. Nick Perry Terrence Brooks
RCB Jimmy Smith Rashaan Melvin Asa Jackson Chris Greenwood
Tramain Jacobs
   Pos. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
P Sam Koch Justin Manton    
K Justin Tucker      
H Sam Koch      
LS Morgan Cox Patrick Scales    
KOR Asa Jackson Michael Campanaro DeAndre Carter  
PR Michael Campanaro Asa Jackson DeAndre Carter  

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