Five players the Ravens can trade after the preseason In late July Baltimore Ravens Hats , I wrote an article suggesting three players the Ravens could trade following the preseason. With one game remaining, Baltimore’s roster outlook has changed significantly. Several of the burning questions surrounding the team have been answered, which has given the coaching staff more clarity. Below are five potential trade options for the Ravens. 1. QB Robert Griffin IIICompetent backup quarterbacks are a necessity in the NFL, and Griffin III has put together enough impressive performances that could make him worth acquiring. The Seattle Seahawks traded a sixth-round pick for Brett Hundley on Wednesday morning, but there are still several other teams with a need at backup quarterback. He has shown that his arm is still lively, while also staying healthy. Griffin III would be a significant upgrade for several teams at the backup quarterback position.Compensation: Sixth-round pick2. DE Bronson Kaufusi/Carl DavisKaufusi and Davis are grouped together because the reasoning and compensation for both players would be similar. The Ravens are loaded along the defensive line, and neither player has a high chance to make the roster. With Patrick Ricard and Zach Sieler emerging, Davis and Kaufusi have become dispensable. Davis has struggled to make much of an impact since being drafted in the third round of the 2015 NFL Draft. He appeared in 13 games his rookie season yet only made three starts. Davis has only recorded a half of a sack and three pass deflections throughout his entire NFL career. He was placed on the injured reserve in 2016 with an ankle injury, and the following season was far from ideal as he only played 301 defensive snaps, which was approximately 27.54% of plays Baltimore Ravens Womens Hoodie , per pro-football-reference.Kaufusi has flashed throughout the preseason, but he has still failed to develop into the player Baltimore had hoped. Some of his production has come from the edge, which is a position the Ravens are loaded with talent. His athleticism is enticing, but it may be time for Baltimore to move on. Compensation: Seventh-round pick3. LB Za’Darius Smith Smith is a talented edge-rusher, and he will generate plenty of interest from several teams. However, the Ravens would need to get great compensation for him because if they kept him for the final year of his contract and he signs elsewhere in the offseason, they would likely receive a high compensatory selection. Given the emergence of Tim Williams, Smith is a luxury. If a team offers a fourth or fifth-round selection, the Ravens should pounce on that deal.Compensation: Fifth-round pick4. TE Maxx Williams The tight end room took a hit when Hayden Hurst suffered a stress fracture in his foot that required surgery. He was emerging as the starting tight end and was poised to make a significant impact. With Mark Andrews struggling in the preseason and Nick Boyle’s lack of ability to contribute in the passing game, Baltimore desperately needs another tight end that can create mismatches. Williams has not been that player since being drafted in the second round of the 2015 NFL Draft Womens Customized Baltimore Ravens Jerseys , but several other tight end needy teams could make an offer for him. The Ravens need to keep a fourth tight end, and it would be a risky decision, but they could rely on Darren Waller, who has proven in a small sample size that he can make an impact in the passing game. The safe decision is to keep Williams on the 53-man roster and stash Waller on the practice squad, but Baltimore could take a chance that has the potential to pay dividends. Compensation: Sixth-round pickRavens training camp attendance report 8/4: Kenneth Dixon and Mark Andrews return The Baltimore Ravens returned to the practice field on Saturday morning following their 17-16 win over the Chicago Bears in the Hall of Fame game. A total of 10 players missed practice, but it was more about who returned to the field.Kenneth Dixon, Mark Andrews, Tyus Bowser and Greg Senat all returned to the practice field after not playing on Thursday night. Dixon was dealing with a hamstring injury, while Andrews snapped his seventh practice absence streak. Senat is making his training camp debut as he missed the first couple of weeks due to an ankle injury he suffered at the end of minicamp. Despite not practicing on Saturday, Marshal Yanda passed his physical and has been removed from the PUP list. This is another step in the right direction for Yanda www.ravenscheapstores.com , and he should be returning to the field any day now. He was recovering from offseason shoulder surgery and his season-ending ankle injury. As for the absences, Tony Jefferson missed practice, despite returning to the field on Tuesday. He did not play in Baltimore’s first preseason game, but several veterans did not play either. It is unknown if Jefferson has been given another rest day at practice or he is battling an injury. Defensive back Kai Nacua continues to be sidelined with an undisclosed injury, while Tim White, Anthony Averett, Patrick Onwuasor and Maurquice Shakir all sat out as well. Ravens head coach John Harbaugh is set to speak at the podium following practice, and he should provide several injury updates.