The Ravens made a late addition to their roster on Tuesday, acquiring cornerback Josh Wilson in a trade with the Seahawks.
But what are the chances that the Ravens have another new face on their roster when they report back to Owings Mills on Monday?
Could they end up with a guy on their 53-man squad who is currently with another team?
"There's a chance of that," head coach John Harbaugh said today. "There's always a chance of that. We have to look at every avenue to make our team better. So, never rule that out with Ozzie [Newsome, GM]. He's good at that."
Newsome will certainly be monitoring the waiver wire and putting out feelers for additional trades. The Ravens' GM has a track record of adding new players either right at the deadline for roster cuts or shortly thereafter.
Last year, at the deadline, the Ravens traded safety Derrick Martin to the Packers for offensive tackle Tony Moll. The year before that, Newsome signed offensive tackle Willie Anderson after final cuts. Anderson had been released by the Bengals a week earlier.
The Ravens will take a look at all options and could obviously make a move to bolster any position on their roster depending on who is available, but the main positions to watch are along the offensive line and at cornerback.
Those are two spots where Newsome could look to either sign a low-level free agent, or make a trade to improve depth.