Ravens officially sign 14 undrafted rookies, cut Lonyae Miller

The Baltimore Sun

The Ravens made it official, signing 14 undrafted rookies to contracts.

They also waived running back Lonyae Miller and officially announced six rookie contracts previously reported by The Baltimore Sun: fourth-round fullback Kyle Juszczyk (Harvard), fifth-round offensive tackle Rick Wagner (Wisconsin), sixth-round defensive end Kapron Lewis-Moore, sixth-round center Ryan Jensen (Colorado State-Pueblo), seventh-round wide receiver Aaron Mellette (Elon) and seventh-round cornerback Marc Anthony (Cal).

All of the draft picks are signed to four-year deals with the following values: Juszczyk ($2.46 million total, $300,584 signing bonus), Wagner ($2.304 million total, $144,560 signing bonus), Lewis-Moore ($2.248 million total, $88,232 signing bonus), Jensen ($2.238 million total, $78,680 signing bonus), Mellette ($2.205 million total, $45,896 signing bonus) and Anthony ($2.205 million, $45,896 signing bonus).

They've now spent $2.605 million, 47 percent of of their allotted $5.517 million rookie pool. That leaves $2.911 million remaining to sign first-round safety Matt Elam, second-round linebacker Arthur Brown, third-round defensive tackle Brandon Williams and fourth-round outside linebacker John Simon.

Here are the undrafted free agents: offensive guard Jeff Braun (West Virginia, Winters Mill), cornerback Jose Cheeseborough (Florida International), outside linebacker Brandon Copeland (Penn, Gilman), offensive tackle Jordan Devey (Memphis), tight end Matt Furstenburg (Maryland), offensive tackle Rogers Gaines (Tennessee State), wide receiver Omarius Hines (Florida), running back Ray Holley (Louisiana Tech), tight end Murphy Holloway (Ole Miss), defensive end Will Pericak (Colorado), wide receiver Gerrard Sheppard (Towson, McDonogh), quarterback Nathan Stanley (Southeast Louisiana), Troy safety Bryden Trawick and offensive tackle Joe Unga (Midwestern State).



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