3. DeAngelo Tyson and Bryan Hall

There are scenarios where the Ravens would retain seven defensive linemen after the position was thinned by Ryan McBean's season-ending broken ankle. If that's the case, then both Tyson, a seventh-round draft pick from Georgia, and Hall, a practice squad player last year, could make the team. Tyson has displayed flashes of athleticism and has one sack. He's regarded as a lineman with upside. Hall is undersized, but is a quick interior pass rusher. Both could already figure into the RavensÂ’ plans, but good performances against the Rams would boost their prospects.
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