Baltimore Ravens' end-of-camp 53-man roster projection

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The Baltimore Ravens finish training camp Tuesday at the Under Armour Performance Center in Owings Mills, Maryland. Teams must reduce their roster to 75 players on Sept. 1 and get down to the 53-man limit by Sept. 5.

As camp ends, here’s a 53-man roster projection:

Quarterbacks (2): Joe Flacco, Matt Schaub (cut: Bryn Renner). Comment: The Ravens have only kept two quarterbacks the last five seasons.

Running backs (3): Justin Forsett, Lorenzo Taliaferro, Buck Allen (cut: Fitzgerald Toussaint, Terrence Magee). Comment: The decision is whether to keep Toussaint or Magee on the practice squad.

Fullbacks (1): Kyle Juszczyk (cut: Kiero Small). Comment: Do any teams carry two fullbacks these days?

Wide receivers (6): Steve Smith Sr., Breshad Perriman, Kamar Aiken, Marlon Brown, Michael Campanaro, Darren Waller (cut: Jeremy Butler, DeAndre Carter, Tom Nelson, Aldrick Robinson, Daniel Brown, Trent Steelman). Comment: Waller edges out Butler, who hasn't been as impressive as he was in the spring.

Tight ends (3): Crockett Gillmore, Maxx Williams, Nick Boyle (PUP: Dennis Pitta; IR: Allen Reisner; cut: Konrad Reuland). Comment: It's looking like Pitta will remain on PUP to start the season, which means he'll miss at least the first six games.

Offensive tackles (4): Eugene Monroe, Rick Wagner, James Hurst, Jah Reid (cut: Marcel Jones, Darryl Baldwin, Blaine Clausell, De'Ondre Wesley). Comment: Reid has been one of the biggest surprises of camp, which earns him a spot.

Guards (3): Marshal Yanda, Kelechi Osemele, John Urschel (cut: Robert Myers, Leon Brown, Kaleb Johnson). Comment: The Ravens probably don't have a spot to use on a developmental pick like Myers, but they don't want to lose him by cutting him. It's going to be a tough decision.

Centers (2): Jeremy Zuttah, Ryan Jensen (cut: Nick Easton). Comment: Jensen's solid camp and versatility (plays guard or center) gives him a spot on this team.

Defensive tackles (4): Brandon Williams, Timmy Jernigan, Carl Davis, Lawrence Guy (cut: Micajah Reynolds). Comment: All four of these defensive tackles are starter quality.

Defensive ends (2): Chris Canty, DeAngelo Tyson (IR: Brent Urban; cut: Kapron Lewis-Moore, Christo Bilukidi). Comment: It's difficult to only go with two defensive ends, but Lewis-Moore and Bilukidi have not looked good this summer.

Outside linebackers (5): Terrell Suggs, Elvis Dumervil, Courtney Upshaw, Za'Darius Smith, Steven Means (cut: Brennen Beyer, Zach Thompson). Comment: Means gives the Ravens an additional pass rusher behind the aging Suggs and Dumervil.

Inside linebackers (4): C.J. Mosley, Daryl Smith, Albert McClellan, Zach Orr (cut: Arthur Brown, Andrew Bose). Comment: It's going to be hard for Brown to make this team. The Ravens might look to trade the disappointing second-round pick for a reserve safety.

Cornerbacks (6): Jimmy Smith, Lardarius Webb, Kyle Arrington, Tray Walker, Rashaan Melvin, Quinton Pointer (cut: Asa Jackson, Chris Greenwood, Tramain Jacobs, Cassius Vaughn). Comment: Pointer gets the nod over Jackson because he's had a better camp and is more dependable.

Safeties (5): Kendrick Lewis, Will Hill, Anthony Levine, Brynden Trawick, Terrence Brooks. (IR: Matt Elam; cut: Nick Perry). Comment: Levine and Trawick make the team based on special teams.

Specialists (3): Justin Tucker (K), Sam Koch (P), Morgan Cox (LS) (cut Justin Manton, Patrick Scales). Comment: The Ravens possibly have the best specialists tandem in the league.