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The Ravens continued to make moves on their practice squad Tuesday, terminating the contract of quarterback David Fales and re-signing offensive guard Jarell Broxton and cornerback Robertson Daniel.

The additions of Broxton and Daniel leaves the 10-man practice squad at capacity. Both players have spent previous time on the Ravens' practice squad this season and Daniel was on the active roster for two weeks before he was waived over the weekend to make room for safety Matt Elam.

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Fales, who played his college football at San Jose State and was drafted by the Chicago Bears in the sixth round of the 2014 draft, had been on the Ravens' practice squad since early September. The Ravens traditionally carry a young quarterback on the practice squad, but Fales' release leaves Joe Flacco and Ryan Mallett as the only two quarterbacks in the organization.

Within the past week, the Ravens have terminated the practice squad contracts of Fales, running back Stephen Houston, wide receiver Dobson Collins and tight end Nic Jacobs, and signed wide receiver Michael Campanaro (River Hill), tight end Mitchell Henry, Broxton and Daniel to the practice squad. They also lost offensive tackle Blaine Clausell from their practice squad when the Washington Redskins added him to their active roster.

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