Ravens Make Roster Moves Ahead of Tuesdays Deadline

The Ravens made several roster moves on Monday, one day ahead of the deadline that will cut the roster down from 90 to 85.

The Ravens waived outside linebacker Aaron Adeoye and tight end Eli Wolf. Both players spent the 2020 season on the Ravens practice squad. Cornerback Davontae Harris was also waived Monday. Harris joined the Ravens last season after being waived by the Broncos in November. Out of the three players cut on Monday, Harris had the most impact on the field last season playing in four games. Harris finished the year with 10 tackles, while also forcing a fumble in week 12 against Pittsburgh.

Cornerbacks Iman Marshal and Kahlil Dorsey were also placed on injured reserve Monday, effectively ending their seasons. Both players have spent time on the Ravens practice squad during their tenures with the team. Dorsey played in six games last season making two tackles. For Marshall however, this will be the second time in two years his season has ended during camp. The 2019 fourth round pick tore his ACL during training camp last season and was placed on injured reserve the following day.

In addition to these moves the Ravens added quarterback Kenji Bahar to replace an injured Trace McSorley. McSorley is dealing with a back injury expected to keep him out for “several weeks” according to head coach John Harbaugh. Bahar has been on and off the roster this offseason, serving primarily as a “camp arm”. The Ravens like to have three quarterbacks at all times healthy and able to practice. The Calvert Hall graduate was added to the roster when Lamar Jackson tested positive for Covid-19 at the beginning of camp. Then released once Jackson was healthy and cleared to return by the NFL.

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