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2018 Ravens Roster Cuts: Initial 53-man roster

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2018 Ravens Roster Cuts: Initial 53-man roster

Training camp is over and the preseason schedule is finally in the books.

The last piece of business for the Baltimore Ravens before entering Week 1 of the 2018 regular season takes place is roster cuts.

With the 4:00 p.m. ET deadline now in the past, the Ravens 90-man training camp roster has been trimmed to 53 players.

Below are a list of notable Ravens roster cuts and the 53-man roster.

2018 RAVENS ROSTER CUTS:

--WR, Breshad Perriman 
-- TE, Darren Waller
-- G, Cameron Lee
-- RB, De'Lance Turner
-- LB, Albert McClellan
-- WR, Tim White 
-- G, Nico Siragusa
-- OL, Randin Crecelius
-- NT, Carl Davis
-- RB, Gus Edwards
-- RB, Chirstopher Ezeala
-- DE, Myles Humphrey
-- DE, Bronson Kaufusi
-- WR, Andre Levrone
-- TE, Vince Mayle
-- G, Maurquice Shakir
-- RB, Mark Thompson
-- QB, Josh Woodrum

2018 RAVENS 53-MAN ROSTER:

QUARTERBACK (3)
Joe Flacco, Lamar Jackson, Robert Griffin III

RUNNING BACKS (4)
Alex Collins, Javorius Allen, Kenneth Dixon, Pat Ricard

WIDE RECEIVERS (6)
Michael Crabrtree, John Brown, Willie Snead, Chris Moore, Jordan Lasley, Janarion Grant

TIGHT ENDS (4)
Nick Boyle, Maxx Williams, Hayden Hurst, Mark Andrews

OFFENSIVE LINE (8)
Ronnie Stanley, Alex Lewis, Matt Skura, Marshal Yanda, Orlando Brown Jr. Bradley Bozeman, Jermaine Eluemunor, James Hurst

DEFENSIVE LINE (6)
Brandon Williams, Michael Pierce, Brent Urban, Willie Henry, Chris Wormley, Zach Sieler

INSIDE LINEBACKER (4)
CJ Mosley, Kenny Young, Patrick Onwuasor, Chris Board

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS (5)
Terrell Suggs, Matthew Judon, Za'Darius Smith, Tim Williams, Tyus Bowser

CORNERBACKS (6)
Marlon Humphrey, Brandon Carr, Maurice Canady, Anthony Averett, Darious Williams, Tavon Young

SAFETY (4)
Tony Jefferson, Eric Weddle, Chuck Clark, Anthony Levine Sr.

SPECIAL TEAMS (3)
Justin Tucker, Sam Koch, Morgan Cox

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Current and former Ravens react to George Floyd’s death in police custody in Minnesota

Current and former Ravens react to George Floyd’s death in police custody in Minnesota

Prominent current and former Ravens players spoke out Wednesday after videos and pictures spread on social media of a Minneapolis police officer with his knee on the neck of a black man, identified as George Floyd, on Monday. 

Floyd, who said he couldn’t breathe while the officer’s knee was on his neck, was killed. The four officers involved, including Derek Chauvin, the officer whose knee suffocated Floyd, were fired.

Riots in Minnesota broke out, as a nationwide cry for justice occurred.

“It’s something that obviously it’s pretty easy to see what’s happening,” Ronnie Stanley said Wednesday on a conference call with local media. “Hopefully justice prevails in this case. It’s really sad to see. I really feel bad for him, his family and his loved ones. I’m keeping them in my prayers.”

Safety Earl Thomas posted a picture to Instagram with the caption, ‘Being black in America is exhausting.’ 

Former wide receiver Torrey Smith tweeted multiple times in the past 24 hours about the incident. 

Current Dallas Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence posted that he was, “done being quiet and done being angry.”

Other sports figures posted as well, including LeBron James, who posted a photo of Chauvin and Colin Kaepernick side-by-side.

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Ravens, Torrey Smith surprise seven local students with $20K scholarships

Ravens, Torrey Smith surprise seven local students with $20K scholarships

Former Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith recently delivered $20K college scholarships to seven local high school seniors, on behalf of the Ravens.

In a video posted to the Ravens' Twitter account Wednesday, the students were made to think their video conference with Smith was the final interview for the scholarship. They had no idea Smith was there to present them with the news that they had already won. 

"I'm the next level boss," Smith said. "In order to get to the scholarship, you have to go through me."

Recipients were decided based on academic achievements, extracurricular participation, and community service. Here's the list of students that exemplified these skills and were pleasantly surprised Wednesday afternoon.

  • Seantia Bryant, Green Street Academy
  • Gabriella Chalker, Hereford High School
  • Kayla Gauger, Green Street Academy
  • Jada Paschall, Baltimore Polytechnic Institute High School
  • Liz Gomez-Pena, Green Street Academy
  • Jarra Omar, Baltimore Polytechnic Institute High School
  • Donaysia Torbit – Baltimore Polytechnic Institute High School

 

Smith, 31, spent four years with the Ravens, most notably helping them capture a Super Bowl in the 2012 season. Baltimore drafted the Virgina native in the second round of the 2011 draft out of the University of Maryland. He retired in 2019.

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