Ravens cut two from roster following 2016 draft

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After coming away with their biggest draft class since 2003 this past weekend, the Ravens have cut two players to make more roster room for incoming undrafted free agents.
The team announced the rescinding of its exclusive-rights tender to tight end Konrad Reuland and the waiving of guard Leon Brown, bringing the total number of players on the offseason roster to 81 after 11 players were drafted over the weekend. The 90-man limit is now expected to be filled out by undrafted free agents over the next few days ahead of rookie minicamp.
Reuland spent parts of the last two seasons with the organization and was promoted to the active roster last December when Crockett Gillmore was injured and rookie Nick Boyle was serving a four-game suspension. The 29-year-old appeared in four games, but he did not catch a pass.
Brown, an undrafted free agent out of Alabama, was signed to the Ravens’ offseason roster last year and was cut at the end of the 2015 preseason. Baltimore re-signed Brown to its practice squad in late December and signed him to a reserve-future deal.