Baltimore Ravens Roster 2022

Record: 1-1
Conference : AFC
Division : North

After a 14-win season and an early exit in the playoffs, Baltimore has made significant moves on the defensive side. They gave up very little to land Calais Campbell, who is one of the top defensive linemen in football. The Ravens struggled against the run, and this will undoubtedly help. The secondary is filled with talent as Marcus Peters and Marlon Humphrey are one of the top corner duos in football. They also have Earl Thomas back at free safety and Jimmy Smith as a third cornerback option.

The offense was the best in football last season, and Lamar Jackson's breakout year certainly happened. Jackson was very efficient through the air but dominated games with his legs. The rushing attack got even more reliable as JK Dobbins was added through the draft. Mark Ingram is coming off of a solid season, although more companies will join him now. The wide receivers are an exciting group as they are not a bunch of household names. Marquise Brown and Mark Andrews should be the primary weapons.

Name Jersey POS Age Height Weight NFL EXP GP Birthday School Salary
Anthony Brown 12 QB 24 6'1" 228 0 - 07/27/1998 Oregon -
Ar'Darius Washington 29 S 22 5'8" 176 2 - 11/02/1999 Texas Christian -
Ben Cleveland 66 G 24 6'6" 370 2 - 08/25/1998 Georgia -
Ben Mason 38 FB 23 6'3" 258 1 - 05/25/1999 Michigan -
Ben Powers 72 G 25 6'4" 338 4 - 10/29/1996 Oklahoma -
Binjimen Victor 81 WR 25 6'4" 191 2 - 01/15/1997 Ohio State -
Brandon Copeland 49 LB 31 6'3" 260 8 - 07/02/1991 Pennsylvania -
Brandon Stephens 21 DB 24 6'1" 215 2 - 12/29/1997 Southern Methodist -
Brent Urban 97 DE 31 6'7" 309 9 - 05/05/1991 Virginia -
Broderick Washington 96 DT 25 6'2" 314 3 - 12/04/1996 Texas Tech -
Calais Campbell 93 DT 36 6'8" 307 15 - 09/01/1986 Miami (FL) -
Charlie Kolar 88 TE 23 6'6" 250 0 - 02/10/1999 Iowa State -
Chuck Clark 36 SS 27 6'0" 209 6 - 04/19/1995 Virginia Tech -
Damarion Williams 22 CB 24 5'10" 180 0 - 07/15/1998 Houston -
Daniel Faalele 77 OT 22 6'8" 380 0 - 11/09/1999 Minnesota -
Daryl Worley 41 CB 27 6'1" 205 7 - 02/22/1995 West Virginia -
David Ojabo 90 OLB 22 6'4" 255 0 - 05/17/2000 Michigan -
David Sharpe 74 OT 26 6'6" 346 6 - 10/21/1995 Florida -
Del'Shawn Phillips 53 LB 25 6'2" 230 3 - 10/09/1996 Illinois -
Demarcus Robinson 10 WR 28 6'1" 203 7 - 09/21/1994 Florida -
Devin Duvernay 13 WR 25 5'11" 202 3 - 09/12/1997 Texas -
Geno Stone 26 S 23 5'11" 209 3 - 04/19/1999 Iowa -
Gus Edwards 35 RB 27 6'1" 238 5 - 04/13/1995 Rutgers -
Isaiah Likely 80 TE 22 6'4" 241 0 - 04/18/2000 Coastal Carolina -
Isaiah Mack 94 NT 26 6'1" 311 4 - 03/19/1996 Tennessee-Chattanooga -
J.K. Dobbins 27 RB 23 5'10" 212 3 - 12/17/1998 Ohio State -
Ja'Wuan James 71 OT 30 6'6" 323 8 - 06/03/1992 Tennessee -
Jalyn Armour-Davis 5 CB 23 6'1" 195 0 - 09/03/1999 Alabama -
James Proche II 3 WR 26 5'11" 191 3 - 09/21/1996 Southern Methodist -
Jason Pierre-Paul OLB 33 6'5" 275 13 - 01/01/1989 South Florida -
Jeremiah Moon 48 OLB 23 6'5" 247 0 - 08/18/1999 Florida -
Jordan Stout 11 P 24 6'3" 214 0 - 08/04/1998 Penn State -
Josh Bynes 56 ILB 33 6'1" 235 12 - 08/24/1989 Auburn -
Josh Oliver 84 TE 25 6'5" 259 4 - 03/21/1997 San Jose State -
Josh Ross 51 ILB 22 6'0" 229 0 - 10/31/1999 Michigan -
Justice Hill 43 RB 24 5'10" 200 4 - 11/14/1997 Oklahoma State -
Justin Houston 50 OLB 33 6'3" 270 12 - 01/12/1989 Georgia -
Justin Madubuike 92 DT 24 6'3" 293 3 - 11/17/1997 Texas A&M -
Justin Tucker 9 K 32 6'1" 184 11 - 11/21/1989 Texas -
Kahlil McKenzie 69 G 25 6'3" 345 4 - 01/03/1997 Tennessee -
Kenyan Drake 17 RB 28 6'1" 216 7 - 01/26/1994 Alabama -
Kevin Zeitler 70 G 32 6'4" 339 11 - 03/08/1990 Wisconsin -
Kevon Seymour 25 CB 28 6'0" 188 6 - 11/30/1993 USC -
Kristian Welch 57 LB 24 6'3" 242 3 - 05/24/1998 Iowa -
Kyle Fuller 23 CB 30 5'11" 200 9 - 02/16/1992 Virginia Tech -
Kyle Hamilton 14 S 21 6'4" 221 0 - 03/16/2001 Notre Dame -
Lamar Jackson 8 QB 25 6'2" 230 5 - 01/07/1997 Louisville -
Makai Polk 18 WR 21 6'3" 192 0 - 08/04/2001 Mississippi State -
Malik Harrison 40 ILB 24 6'3" 259 3 - 03/05/1998 Ohio State -
Marcus Peters 24 CB 29 6'0" 197 8 - 01/09/1993 Washington -
Marcus Williams 32 S 26 6'1" 207 6 - 09/08/1996 Utah -
Mark Andrews 89 TE 27 6'5" 247 5 - 09/06/1995 Oklahoma -
Marlon Humphrey 44 CB 26 6'0" 205 6 - 07/08/1996 Alabama -
Michael Pierce 58 DT 29 6'0" 355 6 - 11/06/1992 Samford -
Mike Davis 28 RB 29 5'9" 223 8 - 02/19/1993 South Carolina -
Morgan Moses 78 OT 31 6'6" 320 9 - 03/03/1991 Virginia -
Nick Boyle 86 TE 29 6'4" 261 8 - 02/17/1993 Delaware -
Nick Moore 46 LS 29 6'2" 253 2 - 12/09/1992 Georgia -
Odafe Oweh 99 OLB 23 6'5" 257 2 - 12/15/1998 Penn State -
Patrick Mekari 65 C 25 6'4" 305 4 - 08/13/1997 California -
Patrick Queen 6 ILB 23 6'0" 237 3 - 08/13/1999 LSU -
Patrick Ricard 42 FB 28 6'3" 305 6 - 05/27/1994 Maine -
Raleigh Webb 87 WR 24 6'2" 213 0 - 12/28/1997 The Citadel -
Rashod Bateman 7 WR 22 6'1" 197 2 - 11/29/1999 Minnesota -
Rayshad Nichols 91 DT 23 6'2" 305 0 - 07/09/1999 Stephen F. Austin -
Ronnie Stanley 79 OT 28 6'6" 315 7 - 03/18/1994 Notre Dame -
Slade Bolden 82 WR 23 5'11" 193 0 - 01/26/1999 Alabama -
Steven Means 60 OLB 32 6'3" 269 8 - 09/16/1990 Buffalo -
T.J. Carrie 37 CB 32 6'0" 204 9 - 07/28/1990 Ohio -
Travis Jones 98 DT 22 6'4" 334 0 - 10/15/1999 Connecticut -
Trystan Colon 63 C 24 6'3" 320 3 - 03/23/1998 Missouri -
Tylan Wallace 16 WR 23 5'11" 198 2 - 05/13/1999 Oklahoma State -
Tyler Badie 30 RB 23 5'8" 200 0 - 02/07/1999 Missouri -
Tyler Huntley 2 QB 24 6'1" 204 3 - 02/03/1998 Utah -
Tyler Linderbaum 64 C 22 6'2" 305 0 - 04/07/2000 Iowa -
Tyus Bowser 54 OLB 27 6'3" 242 6 - 05/23/1995 Houston -
Vince Biegel 47 OLB 29 6'3" 246 6 - 07/02/1993 Wisconsin -