While clearing out their lockers the Ravens players reflect on what went wrong in the Titans' game.
The Ravens signed nine players to a reserve/futures contract, the team announced Monday, starting the process of filling their 90-man roster after Saturday night’s season-ending loss to the Tennessee Titans.
The team signed linebacker Aaron Adeoye, defensive back Terrell Bonds, guard Will Holden, defensive ends Ufomba Kamalu and Michael Onuoha, wide receivers Sean Modster and Antoine Wesley, offensive tackle R.J. Prince and tight end Charles Scarff.
All nine players ended the season on the team’s practice squad. Running backs Paul Perkins and Byron Marshall, who also ended the season on the team’s practice squad, have not yet been signed to a reserve/futures contract, as well as offensive tackle Marcus Applefield and defensive back Denzel Rice, who were on the practice squad/injured list.
Players signed to a reserve/futures contract will not have their contract go into effect until the start of the 2020 league year at 4 p.m. March 18.