Broderick Washington, DT, Baltimore Ravens
Washington has continued to work his way up the depth chart in Baltimore since arriving in 2020. Currently, he’s listed as the backup defensive tackle behind Justin Madubulke. Washington looks to contribute more on a stellar defense loaded with talents like Calais Campbell, Josh Bynes, and Marcus Peters. The Ravens are looking to reclaim their spot as AFC North division champions and Washington will need to help lead the charge on the defensive line.
Antoine Wesley, WR, Arizona Cardinals
After declaring early for the draft in 2019, Wesley went undrafted before catching on with the Ravens. Last season his former coach Kliff Kingsbury brought him to Arizona to add depth to an already strong receiving corp. Wesley is now part of one of the best passing attacks in the league led by QB Kyler Murray with receivers like Marquise “Hollywood” Brown and A.J. Green. Unfortunately, he suffered a groin/hip injury in training camp and is still listed on injured reserve. Wesley could return a few weeks into the season, but the team is keeping him on the shelf for now.