Ravens Cut Shiancoe, Streeter, Hall, Others

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The Baltimore Ravens made the following roster moves Sunday morning:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Waived the following players:

Player Pos. Ht. Wt. Exp. College
Berry, Damien RB 5-10 223 2 Miami
Carter, Rashad WR 6-3 205 R Tusculum
Cornell, Jack G/T 6-6 320 1 Illinois
Hall, Bryan ILB 6-0 280 2 Arkansas State
Harewood, Ramon G/T 6-6 330 4 Morehouse
Lee, Moe CB 6-1 191 R Utah
Mims, David T 6-8 350 1 Virginia Union
Pericak, Will DE 6-3 300 R Colorado
Sheppard, Gerrard WR 6-2 215 R Towson
Streeter, Tommy WR 6-5 215 2 Miami
Williams, Meshak OLB 6-3 254 R Kansas State

Terminated the contract of the following vested veteran:

Player                             Pos.        Ht.          Wt.         Exp.     College

Shiancoe, Visanthe         TE            6-4          250         11        Morgan State

Placed the following player on Injured Reserve:

Player                             Pos.        Ht.          Wt.         Exp.     College                   Injury

Hamilton, Adrian            OLB         6-3          255         2          Prairie View A&M         Wrist

Signed the following free agent player:

Player                             Pos.        Ht.          Wt.         Exp.     College

Crist, Dayne                     QB           6-4          235         R          Kansas

5 Raves on “Ravens Cut Shiancoe, Streeter, Hall, Others

  1. Jeff on said:

    The biggest surprise to me is Jack Cornell, given that the organization was so high on him last year; I thought they would give him at least two years to prove himself, especially since they lack good depth on the line (Wagner looks good and Shipley is a good backup center but Reid doesn’t give them quality depth at guard). Is this early cut a courtesy to guys like him and Bryan Hall whom they respect? Does this early cut mean there is little chance they will sign Cornell to the practice squad? Or is it likely they are giving Cornell a chance to go elsewhere before signing him to the practice squad?

    • Tony LombardiTony Lombardi on said:

      Cornell ran with the 3′s most of camp and if they had the practice squad in mind for him, they would probably have kept him until the 31st, IMO.

  2. EdgarAllanPro on said:

    The signing of a rookie QB means Tyrod will likely be out for a little while but they expect him to be back by the regular season.

    You can use a rookie as a camp-body and not have a long term contract issue like you would with a veteran. Also, they’re not looking to bring in someone that would actually play if Joe got hurt. (You’re not even going to put a rookie in for a series, unlike Taylor might if joe were hurt but not seriously injured.)

  3. Rumor Ray on said:

    I was shocked to see they released Berry and Hall however they did not let Doss go yet? I would think Berry would have a good shot of getting picked up by someone as a solid 3rd back. Wonder if that is why they released him early?

  4. J.O. on said:

    Why cut Ramon harewood tho, if Thursdays game was any indication we definitely need quality o line depth in case any one of the starters go down

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