Ravens cut Trey DePriest, re-sign linebacker Andrew Bose

The Ravens cut undrafted Alabama rookie linebacker Trey DePriest on the first day of OTAs.

The Ravens cut undrafted rookie linebacker Trey DePriest and re-signed undrafted rookie linebacker Andrew Bose.

DePriest was a starter at Alabama who registered 87 total tackles and five tackles for loss last season. He was given a $5,000 signing bonus by the Ravens when he signed his three-year contract.

DePriest drew criticism from draft analysts for his conditioning prior to the NFL draft.

Bose, who tried out at the Ravens' rookie minicamp, was cut by the team after they signed veteran cornerback Kyle Arrington.

Bose, who grew up in Huntingtown, had 125 tackles and 4.5 sacks last season at Rhode Island. He was a second-team all-conference selection as a junior, when he he had 76 tackles.

In high school, Bose was a three-time All-Southern Maryland Athletic Conference selection. He rushed for 878 yards and 25 touchdowns as a senior.



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