Ravens add WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Mark Clayton appears to be on move

September 05, 2010 | Glenn Clark

UPDATE: 11:34 a.m. — The Ravens signed WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh to a one-year, $855,000 contract earlier this Labor Day morning as the players and agents and NFL football personnel folks fight over the final roster moves this holiday weekend.

It is expected that Mark Clayton will be traded or released at some point today as the Ravens need to clear roster space for Houshmandzadeh.

The Baltimore Ravens made additional roster moves Sunday as they now prepare to open the season September 13th against the New York Jets at the new Meadowlands Stadium.

The team claimed CB Bryan McCann off waivers from the Dallas Cowboys and released CB Prince Miller to make room for him on the active roster. McCann is a 5’10″ rookie from SMU who was not selected in the 2010 NFL Draft.

Miller could still join the Ravens’ practice squad, but must clear waivers first. The Ravens named 6 players to the practice squad Sunday. OL Bryan Mattison, WR Justin Harper, TE Davon Drew, LB Albert McClellan, OT Devin Tyler and RB Curtis Steele were all named to the team. If Miller joins them, the Ravens would have one spot open on their practice squad moving forward. If he does not, they will have two spots available.

The Ravens will practice Monday, have a mandatory day off Tuesday, then practice Wednesday-Saturday in preparation for their Monday Night Football opener. They will not have to release an official injury report until Thursday.

4:50 update: WPSD-TV in Kentucky has reported that the Ravens have added former Carolina Panthers QB Hunter Cantwell to their practice squad as well. Cantwell is a 2nd year QB out of Louisville, he spent the majority of last season on the practice squad with the Panthers-but was signed to the active roster late in the season after Jake Delhomme went on Injured Reserve.

After the Cantwell news is official, the Ravens will have one spot left on their practice squad. The spot may be taken by CB Prince Miller.

-G

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