The Ravens have re-signed rookie safety Brynden Trawick to the practice squad after he cleared waivers, according to a league source.
The Ravens cut rookie inside linebacker Brandon Copeland, a Gilman graduate, from the practice squad to create a spot for Trawick.
Trawick was released Monday when the Ravens were awarded safety Jeromy Miles off waivers from the Cincinnati Bengals.
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Trawick accidentally injured Pro Bowl kick returner Jacoby Jones in the first game against the Denver Broncos, colliding with him while he was executing a fair catch. The injury caused Jones to sprain his right medial collateral ligament and he'll be sidelined for the next four to six weeks.
Trawick is tied for the Ravens' lead with three special-teams tackles