Ravens Practice Squad

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The Baltimore Ravens signed the following nine players to their practice squad Sunday afternoon:

  • CB Tramain Jacobs, Rookie
  • OL Ryan Jensen, 2nd year
  • DT Jamie Meder, Rookie
  • CB Deji Olatoye, Rookie
  • DT A.J. Pataiali’I, Rookie
  • LB John Simon, 2nd year
  • TE Phillip Supernaw, 1st year
  • RB Fitzgerald Toussaint, Rookie
  • QB Keith Wenning, Rookie

8 Raves on “Ravens Practice Squad

  1. BajanRaven on said:

    That’s a really good- looking practice squad. Surprised that john Simon made it through waivers, but glad the Ravens can develop him further.. Can’t wait for this season to start.

  2. Brian Tray on said:

    We got very lucky……it’s like we only had to cut down to a 61 or 62 man roster. Our depth situation just got better.

  3. cHERI on said:

    I am happy we were able to retain Simon, Wenning and Jensen for further developing. I thought there was a good chance Somon would get claimed. Coaches love guys who work hard and Simon will at least give you that.

      • chris on said:

        Flacco is what 29? No where near to think we need to replace him, and we have a backup QB already…. not to mention we could have found a UDFA to put on the PS.

        Absolutely no need, why get a developmental QB when your current QB is going to be playing for another 7 years?

        • Tony LombardiTony Lombardi on said:

          Because Tyrod Taylor is in a contract year and will likely end up somewhere else in 2015. Why not have Wenning get familiar with the system at a reduced cost?

      • chris on said:

        Flacco is at least 7 years from retirement no need to groom a QB and we already have a backup. The team would have been better served with trying to find a player in the draft to compete for a roster spot than to throw away a pick on a PS player we could have gotten as an UDFA

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