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Rookie undrafted free-agent safety Daniel Henry waived by Ravens

The Ravens waived rookie undrafted free-agent safety Daniel Henry on Thursday, opening a spot on their 90-man roster.

Henry, who was signed in early May after a productive career at New Mexico, was let go with an injury designation. That means if he clears waivers, he'll revert to injured reserve.

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The Ravens also placed rookie fifth-round offensive tackle Jermaine Eluemunor on the nonfootball injury list, and put undrafted wide receiver Aaron Bailey and defensive end Patrick Ricard on the physically unable to perform lists. All four moves were included on the NFL's transaction wire.

Players traditionally go on the nonfootball injury list if they failed the conditioning test. However, it's unclear if that's what prompted the move with Eluemunor.

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The former Oregon State fullback co-owns an avocado orchard in Mexico.

Bailey and Ricard, who played at Northern Iowa and Maine, respectively, participated in the mandatory minicamp last month. 

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Ravens rookies reported to the training facility Wednesday. Veterans aren't due to report until Wednesday, with the first full-squad practice of training camp scheduled for the following day.

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