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The Ravens promoted tight end Phillip Supernaw from the practice squad to the 53-man roster after placing Dennis Pitta on season-ending injured reserve on Tuesday.
Supernaw was signed by the Ravens in the spring after spending two years in Houston under Gary Kubiak. The 24-year-old was primarily a member of the Texans’ practice squad, but he did appear in one game last season. Supernaw was cut from the roster at the end of the preaseason before being signed to the practices squad.
With Pitta out for the season after dislocating his right hip for the second time in 14 months on Sunday, veteran Owen Daniels and rookie Crockett Gillmore move up the depth chart with Supernaw becoming the No. 3 tight end. The Ouachita Baptist product’s familiarity with Kubiak’s system made him preferable over a number of tight ends the Ravens reportedly tried out on Tuesday.
To fill Supernaw’s spot on the practice squad, the Ravens signed tight end Emmanuel Ogbuehi. Undrafted out of Georgia State in 2013, Ogbuehi has spent time with Washington, Miami, and Cleveland and was most recently on the Browns’ practice squad earlier this month.
The Ravens also re-signed wide receiver Deonte Thompson and waived running back Fitz Toussaint earlier on Tuesday.

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