OWINGS MILLS -- The Baltimore Ravens cut two reserve players today, linebacker Cody Glenn and wide receiver Rodney Bradley.
Glenn, 25, is a former Indianapolis Colts reserve who played in 10 games last season and recorded 15 tackles before joining the Ravens this offseason.
He's a former Washington Redskins fifth-round draft pick from Nebraska. Glenn had been limited at practice recently due to injuries.
He was due a $540,000 base salary this season.
Bradley was on the Ravens' practice squad last year after going undrafted out of Hawaii.
Bradley wasn't healthy all spring and had missed a significant amount of practice time.
Bradley was scheduled to make $390,000 this season.
Neither players' release creates any dead money against the salary cap since they didn't receive signing bonuses or other guaranteed money.