Ravens Release Pryce

By Jesse Jones

The Baltimore Ravens have released veteran defensive end Trevor Pryce.  Pryce has been with the team since 2006, but has seen his role diminish this season after losing his starting spot during last season to Dwan Edwards.

This move meant that Baltimore could make room for another player, and they did just that by bringing back recently released safety Ken Hamlin.

Coach John Harbaugh said that Pryce will definitely be back, and he could even be back next week.  His locker was not cleaned out.

It’s hard to fathom why the team released a defensive end and signed a safety when they are heading to Pittsburgh this weekend, a team that is run first and has Charlie Batch playing quarterback.  Cory Redding is also out with a concussion, which adds another element as to why the move happened this week.  However, Terrence Cody believes this will finally be the weekend he makes his NFL debut, and Paul Kruger, the second-year defensive end/linebacker who had the game-winning interception in overtime last year against the Steelers, is looking for his first action of the season too.  Look for these two young players to perform at a high level this weekend.

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