2020 Baltimore Ravens 53-man roster tracker


Without a typical offseason due to the coronavirus pandemic, Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh and his staff have a lot of difficult decisions to make regarding the team's 53-man roster, and not a lot of film to base some of those decisions off of.

Baltimore is expected to keep three quarterbacks on its active roster, with reigning MVP Lamar Jackson and backup Robert Griffin III as roster locks. But, for that third and final spot, preseason games would have been quite helpful for choosing between second-year pro Trace McSorley and undrafted rookie Tyler Huntley.

Quarterback isn't the only position where Baltimore has difficult decisions to make. Baltimore has several players competing for the final roster spots at tight end, offensive line and safety, just to name a few positions. 

Before you dive into our roster cuts tracker, be sure to check out Andrew Gillis' 53-man roster projection.

Come back and refresh this page often as the list of cuts will be updated as news breaks, with analysis added as events warrant.


Updated: Saturday, 2:00 p.m.

-The Ravens whittled down their offensive line with the release of Will Holden (Aaron Kasinitz, Penn Live)

-The Ravens have cut wide receiver Jaleel Scott (Aaron Kasinitz, Penn Live)

-The Ravens have made two more cuts, releasing defensive tackle Aaron Crawford and outside linebacker Marcus Willoughby (Jeff Zrebiec, The Athletic)


-The Ravens have cut wideout Jaylon Moore (Jeff Zrebiec, The Athletic)

-The Ravens will have just two tight ends on the original 53-man roster, as they've cut tight end Jerell Adams (Jeff Zrebiec, The Athletic)

-The Ravens have informed cornerback Khalil Dorsey of his release (Jeff Zrebiec, The Athletic)

-The Ravens waived undrafted rookie cornerback Josh Nurse, who figures to be in consideration for the practice squad (Aaron Kasinitz, Penn Live)

-The Ravens have made two more cuts, releasing outside linebacker Aaron Adeoye and offensive tackle Parker Ehinger (Aaron Kasinitz, Penn Live)

-The Ravens have waived undrafted free agent tight end Eli Wolf (Aaron Kasinitz, Penn Live)

-Ravens will release running back Ty'Son Williams. (Yahoo Sports)

-Ravens have waived quarterback Tyler Huntley (Jeff Zrebiec, The Athletic). That would mean, unless Harbaugh changed his mind about carrying three quarterbacks, Trace McSorley will be the team's third quarterback. 

-Ravens will release cornerback Terrell Bonds (Yahoo Sports)

-Tight end Charles Scarff will be waived (Aaron Kasinitz, Penn Live). The team has four true tight ends left on the roster. 

-Ravens have waived undrafted free agent safety Nigel Warrior (Jeff Zrebiec, The Athletic)

-Ravens get cutdown day started by waiving center Trystan Colon-Castillo (Mike Garafolo, NFL Network)

Aug. 31: Waived wide receiver Michael Dereus, who played at Georgetown, center Sean Pollard and defensive end John Dakar. All three were undrafted free agents

Aug. 29: Baltimore has added another members to its running back room, signing rookie free agent Ty'Son Williams.

Aug. 25: The Ravens have made two signings, adding punter Johnny Townsend and wide receiver DeAndrew White.

Aug. 23: The Ravens have terminated the contract of safety Earl Thomas.