Ravens sign former St. Louis center Tony Wragge as mandatory minicamp begins


Conducting their mandatory minicamp this week, the Ravens have signed veteran interior lineman Tony Wragge to add depth along the offensive line.
The 32-year-old started eight games for the St. Louis Rams last season after spending the previous five years in San Francisco. Wragged has played in 82 games over his eight-year career, starting 23.
An undrafted free agent from New Mexico State in 2002, Wragge began his career with the Arizona Cardinals by bouncing between the active roster and the practice squad before being released in 2004. He played in the Arena Football League with the Los Angeles Avengers in 2005 before joining the 49ers a year later.
Wragge started the Rams’ final eight games of the season last year, assuming a starting role in Week 10.
To create room on the 90-man off-season roster, the Ravens waived defensive lineman Elliott Henigan.