The Ravens announced six signings to their practice squad on Sunday, a group composed exclusively of players who were with them during the preseason.
Wide receiver Quincy Adeboyejo, fullback Ricky Ortiz, linebacker Boseko Lokombo, tight end Ryan Malleck, offensive lineman Maurquice Shakir, and cornerback Reggie Porter were all re-signed to the developmental squad a day after being waived from the preseason roster. Baltimore still has four open spots to fill on its practice squad with the team not returning to work until Tuesday.
An undrafted free agent from Mississippi, Adeboyejo turned some heads with his play-making ability early in training camp, but those flashes never carried over to preseason games. The 6-foot-3 receiver was also slowed by a knee injury over the last couple weeks, but he brings some upside with more seasoning.
Adeboyejo caught three passes for 31 yards in the preseason.
The re-signing of Ortiz wasn’t surprising after the Ravens did not keep a traditional fullback on their 53-man roster. Rookie defensive lineman Patrick Ricard has received quite a few reps at fullback and as a blocking tight end, but it remains to be seen whether he will permanently move to that side of the ball.
The Oregon State product had three carries for eight yards and caught four passes for 21 yards in the preseason.