Shane Ray, outside linebacker, Baltimore Ravens
Ray tested free agency for the first time in his career this offseason and wound up with the Ravens.
He is set to back up Patrick Onwuasor, who enters the season on a one-year tender with the Ravens.
On the first day of camp, Ray was one of three Ravens who failed the conditioning test, but he passed it the following day. He’s no stranger to being a pass-rusher off the bench, helping the Denver Broncos win the Super Bowl in that role in 2015.
EJ Gaines, cornerback, Buffalo Bills
Gaines is listed behind former first-round pick Tre’Davious White and free-agent pickup Kevin Johnson to start camp.
He will battle the likes of second-year corners Taron Johnson and Levi Wallace, as well as fourth-year pro Lafayette Pitts for playing time.
Gaines signed a one-year contract to return to the Bills. He spent the 2017 season in Buffalo, where he started 11 games. Last year, he was with the Cleveland Browns.
Evan Boehm, center, Indianapolis Colts
Boehm will be behind center Ryan Kelly this season. The former fourth-round pick of the Arizona Cardinals started four games in place of Kelly last season, and appeared in both of the Colts’ two postseason games.
He’ll have some competition with bounce-around NFL’ers Josh Andrews and Daniel Munyer. But he’ll more than likely be the backup center again.