Ravens Officially Cut 31 Players

     

The Baltimore Ravens have officially cut their roster down to 53 players ahead of today’s deadline. 

Roster Cuts:

  1. DE Aaron Adeoye
  2. OT Marcus Applefield
  3. DB Terrell Bonds
  4. DB Maurice Canady
  5. LB E.J. Ejiya
  6. RB Tyler Ervin
  7. RB Christopher Ezeala
  8. DT Willie Henry
  9. TE Cole Herdman
  10. DB Bennett Jackson
  11. DB Stanley Jean-Baptiste
  12. WR Sean Modster
  13. P Cameron Nizialek
  14. LB Donald Payne
  15. G R.J. Prince
  16. TE Charles Scarff
  17. DE Zach Sieler
  18. DB Brynden Trawick
  19. WR Antoine Wesley
  20. DT Gerald Willis
  21. K Elliott Fry
  22. WR Jaylen Smith
  23. G Isaiah Williams
  24. OT Darrell Williams
  25. G Patrick Vahe
  26. OLB Shane Ray
  27. LB Silas Stewart
  28. LS Matthew Orzech
  29. QB Joe Callahan
  30. WR Michael Floyd
  31. WR Joe Horn Jr

Other Roster Moves:

Ray, 25, is a former first-round pick of the Broncos back in 2015. He was in the final year of his four-year, $9.116 million contract and made a base salary of $1,678,485 in 2018.

Denver placed him on injured reserve coming out of last year’s preseason with a wrist injury and was designated as their player to return. However, Ray landed on the injured reserve a second time in December after re-injuring his wrist.

The Broncos declined his fifth-year option last offseason, making Ray an unrestricted free agent in 2019 and he later signed a one-year contract with the Ravens. 

In 2018, Ray appeared in 11 games for the Broncos and recorded 10 tackles, a sack and one forced fumble. 

Fry was previously with the Bears competing for their starting kicker position until a couple weeks ago. Baltimore signed him last week. 

Given the shakiness of several other kicking situations around the NFL, Fry should be able to find another home. The Jets have been mentioned as a possibility with the No. 3 spot in the waiver priority order. 

Fry, 24, wound up going undrafted out of South Carolina back in 2017. Fry joined the Orlando Apollos of the now-defunct AAF this past spring and converted all 14 field goals he attempted with a long of 44 yards.

The Bears signed him to a contract this offseason before cutting him loose after he fell behind Eddy Pineiro in the battle for starting kicker. 

During his four-year college career, Fry converted 66 of 88 field goal attempts (75 percent) to go along with 161 of 162 extra point tries (99.4 percent) over the course of 51 games. 

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