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Only two days after Rolando McClain reportedly bombed his workout with the Ravens, the linebacker was reinstated from the reserve-retired list.
It’s unclear what this ultimately means for the 24-year-old’s future in Baltimore, but the administrative move allows McClain to potentially take part in the offseason conditioning program set to begin on Monday. The Ravens own the rights to McClain after signing him to a one-year contract last year before he abruptly retired from the NFL following an arrest in Decatur, Ala. last spring.
The organization could monitor his progress in workouts before ultimately making a decision to move forward with him on the roster or to grant him his release.
McClain gained plenty of negative attention for his failed workout on Tuesday when he arrived more than 20 minutes late and couldn’t pass the team’s conditioning test, making this latest development somewhat surprising. The University of Alabama product has remained in contact with general manager and fellow Crimson Tide alum Ozzie Newsome over the last few months.
The eighth overall pick of the 2010 draft, McClain played three up-and-down seasons with the Oakland Raiders while accumulating 173 tackles, 6 1/2 sacks, one interception, and 20 pass breakups in 38 starts.

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