Tuesday, March 2, 2021

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Ravens continue to tweak roster today…

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It’s never a shocker to see even more moves in the ensuing hours after the initial cutdowns, so today the Ravens continued to make moves.

Not a shocker that Casey Bramlet is back on the practice squad.

Here’s the whole list of today’s transactions:

The Baltimore Ravens made a number of moves on their roster today. The Ravens claimed and added the following players:
 
Lamar Divens (DT, 6-3, 333, Rookie, Tennessee State) – Claimed from the San Diego Chargers.

Steven Hauschka (K, 6-2, 185, Rookie, North Carolina State) – Claimed from the Minnesota Vikings.

The Ravens also signed the following players to their practice squad:
 
Casey Bramlet (QB, 6-4, 220, 2nd-year, Wyoming)
Justin Harper (WR, 6-3, 215, Rookie, Virginia Tech)
Joe Reitz (T, 6-7, 270, Rookie, Western Michigan)
Ernie Wheelwright (WR, 6-5, 220, Rookie, Minnesota)
 
 
The Ravens have also waived:  J’Vonne Parker (DT, 6-4, 325, 2nd-year, Rutgers)
 

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