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Less than a month ago tight end Visanthe Shiancoe signed with the Baltimore Ravens as a free agent, now he is cut from their roster. Shaincoe signed with the Ravens in late July after Dennis Pitta was sidelined with a fractured hip. So far this season, Shiancoe has only played during the preseason and currently has five recorded catches. With Dallas Clark being added to the roster just recently, Shiancoe evidently becomes useless to the team.
Shiancoe is a former Minnesota Vikings’ starter who agreed to a one-year, nonguaranteed $940,000 contract early during training camp. Although Visanthe is a 10 season NFL veteran it is becoming more and more likely that he will retire in the near future.
#Ravens are now down to 77 players. Must cut two more before Tuesday at 4 p.m. | http://t.co/qCOWRrlXz8
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) August 25, 2013
With the Ravens needing to get their roster down to 75 players by Tuesday, the coaching staff has already released 11 other players. Running back Damien Berry, wide receiver Rashaad Carter, offensive lineman Jack Cornell, inside linebacker Bryan Hall, offensive lineman Ramon Harewood, cornerback Moe Lee, offensive tackle David Mims, defensive end Will Pericak, wide receiver Gerrard Sheppard, wide receiver Tommy Streeter and outside linebacker Meshak Williams. Harewood (2010) and Streeter (2012) were former Ravens’ draft picks.
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In advance of the Tuesday deadline for teams to cut down their
rosters to 75 players, the Baltimore Ravens cleaned out the cage parting ways with a flock of players, including tight end Visanthe Shiancoe.
Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reports the Ravens made plenty of rosters
moves, most notable terminating the contract of TE Shiancoe and releasing
offensive lineman Ramon...
Tight end Visanthe Shiancoe has been cut by the Baltimore Ravens, less than one month after joining the team as a free agent.
Shiancoe signed on July 28 after the Ravens lost tight end Dennis Pitta with a dislocated and fractured hip. The 33-year-old Shiancoe caught five passes in the preseason.
The addition of free agent Dallas Clark earlier this month made Shiancoe expendable...
The Ravens announced a flurry of roster moves Sunday morning as they continue the process of shrinking their roster from 90 to 53 players.
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— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) August 26, 2013
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Visanthe Shiancoe‘s days in the NFL might be numbered.
After signing with the Ravens late last month to help fill the void left in wake of tight end Dennis Pitta‘s season-ending injury, Shiancoe was waived by the Ravens on Sunday as they seek to get down to that 75-man roster limit by Tuesday’s deadline.
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