|Offense||17th||91.4 (28th)||256.2 (12th)|
|Defense||7th||89.4 (5th)||232.8 (9th)|
|Campanaro, Michael||WR||5-9||191||1/25/1991||3||Wake Forest|
|Carr, Brandon||DB||6-0||210||5/19/1986||10||Grand Valley State|
|51||Correa, Kamalei||ILB||6-3||250||4/27/1994||2||Boise State|
|Daniel, Robertson||DB||6-1||205||10/2/1991||1||Brigham Young|
|30||Dixon, Kenneth||RB||5-10||212||1/21/1994||2||Louisiana Tech|
|58||Dumervil, Elvis (FA)||OLB||5-11||250||1/19/1984||12||Louisville|
|33||Elam, Matt (FA)||SS||5-10||208||9/21/1991||5||Florida|
|80||Gillmore, Crockett||TE||6-6||260||11/16/1991||4||Colorado State|
|74||Hurst, James||T||6-5||312||12/17/1991||4||North Carolina|
|66||Jensen, Ryan||G||6-4||310||5/27/1991||4||Colorado State-Pueblo|
|99||Jernigan, Timmy||DE||6-2||295||9/24/1992||4||Florida State|
|91||Judon, Matt||LB||6-3||275||8/15/1992||2||Grand Valley State|
|92||Kaufusi, Bronson||DE||6-6||285||7/6/1991||2||Brigham Young|
|41||Levine, Anthony||CB||5-11||200||3/27/1987||6||Tennessee State|
|23||Lewis, Kendrick (FA)||FS||6-0||205||6/16/1988||8||Mississippi|
|59||Louis, Lamar||LB||5-11||232||10/2/1993||1||Louisiana State|
|Luckett, Cavellis||LB||6-0||245||12/6/1992||2||Middle Tennessee State|
|16||Mayle, Vince||WR||6-2||228||6/12/1991||2||Washington State|
|48||Onwuasor, Patrick||ILB||6-0||217||8/22/1992||2||Portland State|
|54||Orr, Zach||ILB||6-0||225||6/9/1992||4||North Texas|
|18||Perriman, Breshad||WR||6-2||215||9/10/1993||3||Central Florida|
|88||Pitta, Dennis||TE||6-4||238||6/29/1985||8||Brigham Young|
|26||Powers, Jerraud (FA)||DB||5-10||193||7/19/1987||9||Auburn|
|38||Rolle, Jumal (FA)||DB||6-0||190||5/28/1990||4||Catawba|
|79||Stanley, Ronnie||T||6-6||320||3/18/1994||2||Notre Dame|
|55||Suggs, Terrell||OLB||6-3||265||10/11/1982||15||Arizona State|
|34||Taliaferro, Lorenzo||RB||6-0||225||12/23/1991||4||Coastal Carolina|
|64||Urschel, John||G||6-3||300||6/24/1991||4||Penn State|
|Vaughan, Dustin||QB||6-5||240||1/27/1991||2||West Texas A&M|
|84||Waller, Darren||TE||6-6||255||9/13/1992||3||Georgia Tech|
|21||Webb, Lardarius (FA)||FS||5-10||182||10/12/1985||9||Nicholls State|
|77||Wesley, De'Ondre||T||6-6||326||7/28/1992||3||Brigham Young|
|98||Williams, Brandon||NT||6-1||340||2/21/1989||5||Missouri Southern State|
|Woodhead, Danny||RB||5-8||200||1/25/1985||10||Chadron State|
|24||Wright, Shareece (FA)||CB||5-11||184||4/8/1987||7||USC|
|33||Byndom, Carrington (IR)||DB||6-0||180||7/7/1992||1||Texas|
|Team||OLine Avg. Ht||OLine Avg. Wt||DLine Avg. Ht||DLine Avg. Wt||Avg. Age||Youngest||Oldest|
Previously expected to battle Terrance West for the Week 1 starting job, Dixon will instead prepare for an October debut in a backfield that now includes pass-catching maven Danny Woodhead, who joined the Ravens within the first few hours of free agency. It doesn't sound as though Dixon intends to fight his four-game suspension, as he instead vowed to focus on how he can help the team once his ban has concluded. This doesn't preclude the talented young runner from making an impact in his second NFL season, but the combination of four missed games and Woodhead's signing unquestionably dampers Dixon's 2017 outlook.
Mosley strained his calf in Week 17 against the Bengals, an injury that head coach John Harbaugh estimated would take three weeks to heal, according to The Baltimore Sun. Although Sunday's Pro Bowl was over three weeks removed from the end of the regular season, Mosley liked erred on the side of caution and skipped the event in order to ensure his health for the start of the Ravens' offseason activities in early April.
Supernaw was mostly a reserve in 2014 and had two catches for 27 yards. Trawick is a backup safety that plays on special teams coverage units. Melvin was signed off of the Dolphins' practice squad after injuries decimated the cornerbacks. Jensen was a 2013 draft pick that ended up spending the majority of 2014 on the practice squad.
The specifics of the injury are still unknown but look for more details to emerge once the game concludes. The cornerback has yet to log a snap on defense this season as he plays primarily on special teams.
The Ravens had a logjam at tight end for much of the season, with Dennis Pitta serving as the only reliable contributor at the position on a weekly basis. Waller didn't make his season debut until Week 5 and didn't see his first targets until his fourth appearance. That said, Waller began to capitalize on his limited opportunities as the season wore on, snaring just under 60 percent of his targets and converting two of them for touchdowns. Although his target volume and overall production don't jump off the page, it's worth noting that seven of his 17 targets (41 percent) came in the red zone. While that isn't much of a sample size, it's worth comparing that to Pitta's red zone target rate of 10.7 percent. Waller has the size (6-6, 245) and testing numbers, which include a 4.46 40-yard dash and 37-in vertical jump, to make him a red zone threat in the Ravens' passing attack. Given that quarterback Joe Flacco will not have major targets Steve Smith and possibly Kamar Aiken at his disposal, Waller could have some deep sleeper potential in 2017.
Even if the Ravens were to move on from veterans Dennis Pitta and Ben Watson (Achilles), the team would still have intriguing alternatives in the form of Crockett Gillmore (shoulder) and Nick Boyle. Williams has failed to live up to his second-round status through two seasons, catching only 32 passes in 18 games. He had zero targets in four appearances last season, ultimately landing on injured reserve in October. At best, he'll enter training camp competing for snaps as part of a committee.
Devastating news for the Ravens, as Orr was one of the best up-and-coming linebackers on the team. Before suffering the neck injury in Week 16, the linebacker had tallied 133 tackles, five pass deflections, three interceptions, and one forced fumble on the season. His sudden retirement leaves the Ravens with a massive hole in their linebacking corp that may look to fill through either the draft or free agency this offseason. In three season in the league, Orr recorded 163 tackles, one sack, six pass deflections, three interceptions, and one forced fumble through 46 games.
Smith finishes his storied career as the NFL's seventh-leading receiver, racking up 14,731 yards over 16 seasons. He's also one of 14 players in NFL history with over 1,000 career receptions (1,031). The five-time Pro Bowler played his first 13 seasons with the Panthers, during which time he helped lead the Panthers to Super Bowl XXXVIII and also led the league in receptions, receiving yards and touchdowns in 2005 after missing the majority of the 2004 campaign with a broken leg. Although Smith checked in at just 5-foot-9, he still struck fear into opposing secondaries with his tenacity, speed, and ability to come down with the ball in seemingly every contested situation. Given his body of work and standing among some of the All-Time greats in terms of receptions and yards, Smith figures to be a candidate for the Hall of Fame once he's eligible.
With Shareece Wright (back) a late scratch, Price got the first start of his career in Sunday's loss to Washington. If Wright were to miss any more time, Tavon Young or Jerraud Powers would be the top candidates to join the starting lineup. Price doesn't seem like a strong candidate to be Baltimore's one player to return from injured reserve.
Rolle, formerly a restricted free agent, will now hit the open market as an unrestricted free agent. He spent the entire 2016 season on injured reserve after suffering a torn Achilles the summer prior and is unlikely to land a new contract until he can prove he is fully recovered.
Following a competent showing late in the 2015 season, Mallett attempted just six passes in 2016 while serving as the No. 2 quarterback. He figures to reprise his role as Joe Flacco's backup, though it's possible the Ravens could bring in some competition for the job.
It's unclear why Byndom landed on injured reserve in the first place, but he's now eligible to sign elsewhere.
Coming off a breakout 2015 season, Watson joined the Ravens on a two-year, $7 million contract and was set to open 2016 as the leader of a deep tight end corps. Despite the re-emergence of Dennis Pitta atop a still-crowded depth chart, Watson's reasonable contract could persuade the Ravens to give him another shot, assuming the 36-year-old is healthy in time for training camp. Given his age and lengthy rehab process, Watson may be gunning for more of a committee role, whereas last year he had a shot at a near every-down job. It's also quite possible the Ravens will release him or ask him to accept a pay cut -- though the same can be said for Pitta.
Jefferson's signing comes as no surprise after he was linked with the Ravens on Wednesday. He'll join last year's prized free agent signing, Eric Weddle, to form one of the best safety combos in the NFL.
Smith didn't practice at all throughout the past week, which could mean he's closer to doubtful than questionable to play, though as a depth player the team may activate him and limit his snaps. If he's held out look for Matt Judon to see some extra reps.
Hurst excelled as an undrafted free agent last year while Monroe proved inconsistent after signing a hefty free-agent deal. He also dealt with injuries that forced him to miss five games.
A key special-teams contributor and versatile defensive reserve, Levine has played all 16 games in each of the last four seasons. He doesn't figure to see much playing time on defense unless the Ravens have terrible injury luck in the defensive backfield.
Already losing wide receiver Steve Smith to retirement, the Ravens also lost starting right tackle Ricky Wagner (Lions) and starting center Jeremy Zuttah (49ers), without adding new pieces or having obvious replacements on the current roster. Baltimore has instead focused on rebuilding its defensive backfield, which might be wise from a team perspective but doesn't bode well for Flacco's 2017 prospects. The offensive line currently stands as the biggest question mark, with the wideout group also looking like a potential weakness. The Ravens did add pass-catching back Danny Woodhead (knee), who is 33 years old and currently rehabbing a torn ACL. The Ravens likely will address their offense during the upcoming draft, but it's always a sketchy proposition to expect major immediate contributions from rookies. The team may also look to the bargain bin of free agency, as it has often done successfully in the past.
Perriman, 23, had a successful first full season as a pro in 2016 after sitting out his rookie season due to a knee issue. He reeled in 33 of his 66 targets for 499 yards and three touchdowns and truly began to flash his potential in the second half of the season. With Smith gone, that leaves 101 targets unaccounted for, and if Wallace departs as a cap casualty, that'd be another 117 targets that the Ravens would have to redistribute. Perriman would be the obvious choice to take on a larger role given his talent and his status as a former first-round pick. He already was entering 2017 with a brighter outlook following Smith's retirement, but if Wallace is to leave as well, Perriman would be the presumptive favorite to secure the No. 1 role out wide.
Daniel was merely a depth option in the team's secondary after being promoted from the practice squad in late October. His release gave way for the Ravens to elevate safety Matt Elam (knee) back to the active roster.
After seeing former Raven and 49er Torrey Smith choose Philadelphia over Baltimore in free agency, retaining Wallace was a no-brainer, especially with the team having bid adieu to veteran pass-catcher Steve Smith. Per the Baltimore Sun, Wallace's 2017 option is for $5.75 million. The 30-year-old is coming off his first season with the team, in which he caught 72 passes (on 117 targets) for 1,017 receiving yards and four TDs in 16 contests.
The perennially cap-strapped Ravens have invested a lot in other parts of their defense, most recently giving out huge contracts to NT Brandon Williams and S Tony Jefferson. The 48th overall selection in the 2014 draft, Jernigan may have priced himself out of the team's range with his solid play the past two years. He's recorded either four or five sacks in each of his three seasons while also providing a strong presence against the run the past two campaigns.
Henry will miss the remainder of the season due to an undisclosed injury. The rookie did not log a single statistic all season, as he was buried on the Ravens' depth chart and often ruled inactive on Sundays.
This signing might have seemed a bit surprising at first glance, but it made a lot more sense once the Ravens announced that Kenneth Dixon will be suspended for the first four games of the 2017 season. Dixon's backfield mate, Terrance West, isn't much of a pass catcher -- making Woodhead a sensible addition to the Baltimore backfield. It's still surprising to see the 33-year-old get a three-year contract while recovering from a torn ACL, but the structure of the deal probably limits Baltimore's investment beyond the first season. Assuming Woodhead makes a full recovery from the injury he suffered in Week 2, he should be a valuable target for Joe Flacco on check-downs. Woodhead said Friday that his knee feels great, adding that he'd only continue playing if he knew he could be the same player he was in past years, according to ESPN's Jamison Hensley..
The reserve receiver takes a seat after seeing action in the first four games of the season. Moore had seen his snap count increase in each of those contests while receiving a total of nine targets during that span. Steve Smith, Sr., Mike Wallace, Breshard Perriman and Kamar Aiken should be the primary focus of Joe Flacco's attention at the receiver position in Week 5.
Suggs played with a torn biceps from Week 6 on in 2016, not to mention a vague elbow ailment he apparently had to deal with as well. He's scheduled for offseason surgery to correct the bicep issue and there doesn't appear to be any concern that either injury will impact his availability for the start of the 2017 campaign, but it awaits to be seen how extensive of a role Suggs may have entering his 15th season in the league.
The rookie out of Temple briefly exited Sunday's contest with a shoulder injury, but he managed to return to the field and turn in arguably his best performance of the season. According to Pro Football Focus, Young was the top-graded Ravens defender Sunday, turning in a 91.7 grade on the strength of allowing just two catches for four yards in coverage. It appears that Young has overtaken Shareece Wright for a starting role at corner back for the Ravens as evidenced by the fact that the rookie saw 57 total snaps compared to Wright's 13.
Weddle made his presence felt once again Monday as he picked off his second pass in as many weeks. Moreover, he was strong in run support and racked up a season-high 11 tackles (six solo, five assisted), including one sack. According to Pro Football Focus, Weddle was Baltimore's highest graded defender in Monday's loss. He figures to be busy again Sunday when the Ravens face the Eagles' quick passing attack.
West, a former third-round selection, would net the Ravens a compensatory third-round pick if he were to be signed to an offer sheet by another team after being tendered by Baltimore. The 26-year-old running back had a bit of a renaissance in Baltimore last season as he led the team in rushing (774 yards) and rushing touchdowns (5). Given that he carries such a high original-round tender, it's unlikely that another team would pursue signing him to an offer sheet. With that, look for West and Kenneth Dixon to be Baltimore's primary backs in 2017.
The releasing of one of Baltimore's longest tenured players likely comes as a result of the team's singing of safety Tony Jefferson, and Webb's absence will give the Raven's some cap relief. While the veteran cornerback-turned-safety hasn't been heavily involved in run-stopping up front, he does possess some solid coverage skills and should have no problem finding a new home on the open market this offseason.
Arrington suffered what is being considered a concussion during the Ravens' first preseason contest, but there may be more to that story considering how he has already been deemed as out for the entire year. However, he had been considered a long shot to make the final team even before going down.
Kaufusi, the Ravens' third-round selection in May, suffered a broken ankle on Aug. 4 and had been considered lost for the season since. He likely enter the 2017 campaign as a candidate for a significant role in DC Dean Pees' 3-4 scheme.
Wright missed time with a thigh injury last season, recording 52 tackles and six pass deflections through 12 games. The Ravens also released safety Kendrick Lewis on Tuesday, giving the team an extra $4.9 million in cap space. The veteran cornerback should be able to attract the attention of at least a few teams looking to bolster their secondary.
With those key targets out, quarterback Andy Dalton figures to rely on running backs Jeremy Hill and Giovani Bernard and wideout Mohamed Sanu.
Cincy is a 3.5-point underdog as Dalton looks for his first playoff win in four tries.
Tucker's 38 made field goals tie him for fifth all-time for a single season and were the most by an NFL kicker since both he and Stephen Gostkowski converted 38 field goals in 2013. Not only was Tucker's volume impressive, but his accuracy was elite as he missed just one kick all season to notch a 97.44 field goal percentage. Tucker was also automatic from distance as he converted all 24 attempts of 40-plus yards, 10 of which were from beyond 50 yards. He finished second only to Matt Bryant among kickers in standard scoring formats, thanks in part to Bryant having a whopping 30 more extra point attempts. Tucker remains an elite option at kicker heading into 2017 and his career 89.84 field goal percentage ranks him No.1 in NFL history.
Entering the free agency period, there was a chance that Pitta could have been a salary cap casualty to make room for Baltimore's other signings on the other side of the ball. However, Pitta has agreed to restructure in order to remain with the Ravens for at least one more season. Pitta was the third-most targeted tight end in the league last season with 121. He ultimately reeled in 86 receptions for 729 yards as he primarily worked close to the line of scrimmage as quarterback Joe Flacco's safety valve. With Pitta back in the fold for Baltimore, it drives down the values of Maxx Williams, Crockett Gillmore, and Ben Watson.
Standing at 6-foot-3, 275 pounds, the Ravens presumably view this Grand Valley State product as an edge defender rather than an interior defender. With a 35-inch vertical and 4.73-second speed, Judon should be able to provide pressure from the edge.
Cox, 28, snapped in seven games in 2014 before tearing his ACL. He was placed on season-ending injured reserve.
Bilukidi began his career with the Raiders, he then went on to play for the Bengals and Ravens. The 25-year-old has 16 total tackles, one pass defensed and one sack.
Smith continues to heal from a high ankle sprain which he suffered in Week 14, ultimately shutting him down for the remainder of the season. Through 11 games, he notched 32 tackles (29 solo), four passes defensed, and zero interceptions. Expect Tavon Young, Shareece Wright, and Jerraud Powers to see a bulk of the work at cornerback during the Ravens' season finale against the Bengals.
Koch's net punting average (43.3 yards) led the NFL in 2014 and ranked fourth best in league history. He was a first alternate to the Pro Bowl last season.
The 32-year-old Koch holds the franchise records for consecutive games played (144), gross average (45.0), net average (39.0) and punts inside the 20-yard line (251).
Dumervil missed eight games in 2016 due to a foot injury, finishing the year with just 11 tackles, including 3.0 sacks, both career lows. He'll be an unrestricted free agent upon his release. The 10-year veteran will be entering his age-33 season in 2017.
Urban missed Thursday's practice with an illness, but returned on Friday without any limitations. He should be able to play full tilt in Sunday's game.
The Ravens apparently believe Boyle has a higher ceiling than 2014 third-round selection Crockett Gillmore (shoulder) and 2015 second-round selection Maxx Williams (knee), both of whom have struggled to stay healthy the past couple seasons. However, there may also be some competition on the veteran end, with Ben Watson (Achilles) and Dennis Pitta still under contract, though both may be asked to accept pay cuts or else released. Boyle, a 2015 fifth-rounder, has already been suspended twice for violations of the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing drugs, limiting him to 24 catches in only 17 appearances. A third suspension would rule him out for an entire season, but assuming he avoids such a fate, Boyle could be in the mix for first-team reps during training camp.
The second-year man out of USC saw a drastically diminished role in 2016 after showing some promise as a rookie. He primarily saw the field on special teams and only played 41 total offensive snaps. The Ravens' additions of Terrence West via free agency and Kenneth Dixon through the draft led to a new look in the backfield and effectively squeezed Allen out of the backfield rotation. Allen was inactive over the final five games of the season, which does not bode well for his future role in Baltimore. If the Ravens re-sign West, they'll likely have a similar carry distribution in 2017, which would mean a nearly non-existent role for Allen.
Matthews spent all of 2016 on injured reserve due to an undisclosed injury, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports.. He had been looked at as a possible No. 3 or No. 4 option at receiver for the Ravens and the team could look to bring him back in 2017.
Wide receiver Michael Campanaro (thigh), running back Justin Forsett (knee), tight end Crockett Gilmore (back) and linebacker Albert McClellan (thigh) were all deemed questionable. Forsett returned to practice Friday and is expected to play.
Meanwhile, the following players were ruled probable: Wide receiver Marlon Brown (concussion), tight end Owen Daniels (rest), linebacker C.J. Mosley (wrist), linebacker Daryl Smith (rest), wide receiver Torrey Smith (knee), linebacker Terrell Suggs (rest), defensive tackle DeAngelo Tyson (rest), linebacker Courtney Upshaw (hand) and center Jeremy Zuttah (ankle).
Saturday's move to IR officially puts an end to Correa's rookie season. The 2016 second rounder seldom saw the field on defense this season as he played more than 10 snaps in a game just once while less heralded rookies made significant impacts on that side of the ball. While injuries certainly played a factor in Correa's slow developing rookie season, the fact remains that he'll have his work cut out for him at offseason workouts and in training camp if he wants to lay claim to a larger role in the Ravens' defense.
Taliaferro seems to be buried on the depth chart at running back, leaving him with no clear path to the final roster unless injuries hit the Baltimore backfield hard during training camp. It would thus make sense to at least give the 225-pounder a look at fullback/H-Back, which along with work on special teams might give him a real shot at making the roster. A 2014 fourth-round selection, Taliaferro has flashed some promise as a power runner when given the opportunity, but lower-body injuries cut each of his three professional seasons short. While last season's hamstring injury probably won't linger into this season, it's a stretch to think Taliaferro can actually replace Kyle Juszczyk, who parlayed his versatility into a four-year, $21 million deal with the 49ers. Even if there's little reason to believe Taliaferro can match Juszczyk's contributions as a lead blocker or pass catcher, it is possible a poor approximation could be enough to warrant one of the final roster spots.
Elam was initially pulled over for reckless driving early Sunday morning, but police booked him on charges of marijuana possession, possession with intent to sell or deliver and possession of a controlled substance. The former first-round pick appeared in nine games as a backup for the Ravens last season, collecting four tackles. He's set to become a free agent in March after the Ravens declined his fifth-year option, but the arrest could hurt his chances of landing with a team.
The Ravens were rumored to have interest in Morris Claiborne, who started across from Carr in the Dallas secondary for much of last season. The 30-year-old corner has started all 16 games in each of his nine NFL seasons, and while his availability has been the model of consistency, the quality of his play has been a different story. He was often exploited by No. 1 wideouts during his five-year tenure in Dallas, with his playmaking ability (one interception over the last three seasons) also leaving something to be desired. However, he should provide an upgrade in Baltimore, where the No. 2 and 3 cornerback spots are an annual weakness. Carr should draw easier matchups with his new team, as the other projected starters in the secondary -- CB Jimmy Smith and safeties Eric Weddle and Tony Jefferson -- are all stellar.
Powers practiced on a limited basis throughout the week, so he's slated to get the start at cornerback on Sunday across from Tavon Young.
The Ravens placed Kamalei Correa (ribs) on injured reserved Saturday, which opened a spot on the active roster for Beyer to move up from the practice squad. The former Michigan Wolverine will likely be used primarily on special teams.
The run-stuffing Williams was Baltimore's main priority among this year's free agent crop that also included right tackle Rick Wagner and versatile fullback Kyle Juszczyk. The Ravens managed to make room for Williams despite making the splash signing of safety Tony Jefferson and picking up Mike Wallace's $5.75 million option. Williams does not have gaudy pass rush numbers that show up in the box score, but he's a space-eating force in the middle that consistently gives opposing interior linemen fits and he is considered one of the premier run-stopping interior linemen in the league. Williams' new deal will make him the highest paid nose tackle in the NFL, per Rapoport.
By placing the original-round tender on Campanaro, the Ravens will receive a compensatory draft pick should he be signed to an offer sheet elsewhere. With that, the Ravens would get a seventh-round selection if Campanaro leaves. Campanaro is a shifty and athletic fourth-year player who has primarily shown promise in the return game, but his contributions as a receiver have been minimal to this point in his career. Whether he stays in Baltimore or signs with another club, Campanaro's ceiling would likely be as a returner and No. 4 wide receiver.
It would have came as a huge surprise if Yanda was ruled out, considering the offensive lineman wasn't limited in practice whatsoever this week.
Coming off an injury-marred campaign and multiple offseason shoulder surgeries, Gillmore faces a difficult path to the top of a crowded Baltimore depth chart. However, he did serve as the team's primary tight end for most of 2015, and it's possible the Ravens will ultimately release one or both of Dennis Pitta and Ben Watson (Achilles). The more likely scenario still has Gillmore serving as part of a committee in the final year of his rookie contract. Furthemore, he'll have to successfully rehab his problematic shoulders before a realistic assessment of his role can be conducted.
Waived by the Cowboys on Thursday, Mayle is a former fourth-rounder and second-year player out of Washington State. He's yet to catch a ball in his professional career and will likely be buried under the Ravens' wide receiver depth chart for Sunday's season finale against the Bengals.
Lewis was entering the final season of his three-year contract, but the Ravens opted to head in a new direction. Shareece Wright was also let go, giving the Ravens an additional $4.9 million in cap space between the two defensive backs. Lewis suffered a thigh injury midway through the season, landing on injured reserve for the remainder of the year. In his two seasons with the Ravens, the 28-year-old recorded 67 tackles and five pass deflections through 21 games.