The Ravens' efforts to augment their patchwork offensive front continued Tuesday when they added two offensive linemen to the active roster and another to their practice squad.

Offensive guard/center Matt Skura, who started all four preseason games for the Ravens, was promoted from the practice squad to give the team some interior offensive line depth. The Ravens also signed offensive tackle Dieugot Joseph from the Chicago Bears' practice squad.


Skura and Joseph took the roster spots of starting right guard Marshal Yanda and reserve linebacker Bam Bradley, who went on injured reserve. Yanda fractured his left ankle and Bradley tore his ACL in Sunday's 24-10 victory over the Cleveland Browns.

The Ravens also Tuesday filled their practice squad openings by re-signing running back Jeremy Langford and also adding offensive guard Arie Kouandjio and linebacker Nicholas Grigsby.

The Ravens had promoted Langford, the former Bears running back, to their active roster last Saturday but he was waived two days later to make room on the 53-man roster for running back Alex Collins.

Kouandjio, who played his high school football at DeMatha in Hyattsville and collegiately at Alabama, was a fourth-round draft pick by the Washington Redskins in 2015. He started two games for them at left guard last year, but was released in early September.

Grigsby, a 2016 undrafted free agent out of Pittsburgh, spent much of last season on the Los Angeles Rams' practice squad.

Skura looked like a near lock to make the team's regular-season roster after a solid preseason. However, the late additions of interior offensive linemen Tony Bergstrom and Luke Bowanko via trades resulted in Skura being waived during the cutdown to 53 players.

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Skura, 24, re-signed with the Ravens practice squad, which is where he spent last season after joining the organization as an undrafted free agent out of Duke.

With the team dealing with myriad injuries to offensive linemen this summer, Skura was used at several offensive line spots, including both guard positions and center.

Ravens coach John Harbaugh said after Sunday's game that Bergstrom is the likely replacement for Yanda as the starting right guard. That leaves Bowanko, Skura and rookie fifth-round pick Jermaine Eluemunor as reserve options in the interior.

Joseph, an undrafted free agent out of Florida International, gives the Ravens a little more depth at tackle behind starters Ronnie Stanley and Austin Howard.

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