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The Baltimore Ravens announced that they’ve released veteran WR Brandon Stokely and re-signed TE Billy Bajema.
And so ends Stokely’s second stint with the team that originally drafted him back in 1999. Stokely caught nine receptions for 79 yards in three games this season, despite dealing with a groin injury.
This looks to be a positive sign regarding Jacoby Jones status, and the return Deonte Thompson most likely left Stokely expandable. Because Stokely is a vested veteran, his salary of $940,000 is guaranteed.
The Ravens didn’t waste any time bring back TE Billy Bajema who was released earlier this week to make room for newly acquired LT Eugene Monroe.
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According to Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun, the Ravens have released wide receiver Brandon Stokley. Ravens announce that they have cut Brandon Stokley and re-signed TE Billy Bajema. — Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiecsun) October 5, 2013 Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Ravens release Brandon Stokley appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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