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The bye week hasn’t slowed the Ravens from making changes to their practice squad as they signed former Cleveland Browns fullback and Cardinal Gibbons product Kiero Small on Thursday.
The move comes a day after they signed tight end Konrad Reuland to the practice squad to replace Phillip Supernaw after he was signed to the Kansas City Chiefs’ active roster. To make room for Small, the Ravens cut rookie wide receiver Jace Davis from their practice squad.
Small had started three games for Cleveland and was blocking for fellow Baltimore native Terrance West before being waived earlier this week. After being drafted by the Seattle Seahawks in the seventh round of the 2014 draft, Small was released at the end of the preseason and eventually caught on with the Browns.
The 5-foot-8, 244-pound fullback played his college football at the University of Arkansas.
Reuland played in 16 games for the New York Jets during the 2012 season, making 11 catches for 83 yards, but he made only one catch in 10 games for New York last season before being placed on injured reserve. After failing to make the Jets’ 53-man roster this preseason, the Stanford product was signed to the Indianapolis Colts’ practice squad in October but was later released.
 

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