The Ravens filled out their 10-man practice squad Tuesday morning, adding quarterback David Fales and offensive lineman Jarell Broxton.
Fales was a 2014 sixth-round draft pick of the Chicago Bears, who were helmed by then-head coach Marc Trestman at the time. Trestman is now the Ravens offensive coordinator.
The 6-foot-1, 212-pound Fales has not played in a regular-season game. He played in two preseason games this year, completing eight of 18 passes for 99 yards and getting sacked three times. Fales, 25, joins Joe Flacco and Ryan Mallett as the only quarterbacks in the organization.
Broxton signed with the Ravens as an undrafted rookie in May. The 6-3, 322-pound Baylor product hails from Olney and played at Quince Orchard High School in Gaithersburg.
Broxton is the third undrafted rookie to make the team's practice squad. Linebacker Patrick Onwuasor and center Matt Skura are the others.