Ben Powers has claimed the lead in the race to start at left guard for the Ravens, where the competition is fierce.
Tyre Phillips, on the other hand, is having a very successful training camp, and he will compete with Powers for the top spot on the depth chart.
During the 2019 National Football League draft, the Baltimore Ravens selected Powers in the fourth round (123rd overall). The fact that he participated in 13 games and started 12 of them the previous year at left guard could prove to be beneficial for him this year.
Even though Powers has been playing well, Phillips absolutely dominated the one-on-one drills when the Ravens put their pads on this week. He mowed down a number of opposing defenders and unquestionably gives the offensive line a much-needed advantage.
Phillips won the job out of training camp heading into the previous season, but he had to miss the first game of the year due to a knee injury suffered in the game against the Las Vegas Raiders.
Ben Cleveland is also competing for playing time, but he was not able to participate in the first week of training camp because he was unable to pass the conditioning test more than once.