Ravens sign tight end Phillip Supernaw, two others

Released Matt Furstenburg. Jason Butt

Print This May 19, 2014, 03:13 PM EST

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The Ravens have continued to find guys familiar with Gary Kubiak's offense, adding former Texans tight end Phillip Supernaw to the roster on Monday.

Supernaw appeared in one game a year ago for the Texans and would be seen as a developing prospect. The Ravens also added guard Will Rackley and fullback Shaun Chapas.

Rackley started 25 games with the Jaguars from 2011-2013, though he sat out the 2012 season due to injury. Chapas has been on the Cowboys, Lions and Jaguars' practice squads previously.

To make room for these players, the Ravens waived tight end Matt Furstenburg, defensive end Cody Larsen and linebacker D.J. Bryant. Bryant was waived with a failed physical designation.

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