The Baltimore Ravens released nine players on Saturday, including their 2008, third-round pick Oniel Cousins, the team announced.
Cousins, a guard from Texas-El Paso, was never able to crack the Ravens lineup on the offensive line, and was let go in first cuts.
Others released by the Ravens included receiver Justin Harper, a seventh-round choice in 2009 from Virginia Tech, along with third-year tight end Jonathan Stupar, defensive tackle Cornell Banks, center Ryan Bartholomew, tackle Brady Bond, receiver Rodney Bradley, linebacker Leon Anthony and receiver Terrell Zachery.
Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com
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