Justin Tucker highlights Baltimore Ravens' undrafted free agents

Undrafted free agents: Justin Tucker, K; James Hurst, OT; Albert McClellan, LB; Zachary Orr, LB; Marlon Brown, WR; Brynden Trawick, S; Jeremy Butler, WR; Daniel Brown, WR; De'Ondre Wesley, OT; Kaleb Johnson, G; Morgan Cox, LS.

Starts: James Hurst (6), Marlon Brown (2).

Highlights: Justin Tucker could be remembered as the best undrafted free agent for a Baltimore Ravens team that prides itself in finding gems like Priest Holmes, Bart Scott and Dannell Ellerbe. Tucker is the third-most accurate kicker in NFL history, converting 87.2 percent of his field-goal attempts. A Pro Bowl kicker in 2013, he became the fastest kicker in NFL history to reach 500 points, doing so in 60 games and surpassing Hall of Fame kicker Jan Stenerud (61 games). Tucker has hit the winning field goal in three of the Ravens' four wins this season and he has produced 10 game-winners in his four NFL seasons.

The only starting undrafted free agent is James Hurst, who has started half of Baltimore's games due to the injuries to Eugene Monroe. Hurst graded out as the fifth-worst left tackle by Pro Football Focus this season, allowing four sacks and 27 quarterback hurries. Zachary Orr has been getting increased reps in passing situations, replacing Daryl Smith. It's possible he could start alongside C.J. Mosley next season. Marlon Brown continues to regress, watching his catch total decrease in each of the past three seasons. He hasn't scored a touchdown since 2013, and he has fallen behind Jeremy Butler as Baltimore's No. 3 receiver.