Brandon Stokley's injury-plagued season has come to a close.
The 15-year veteran was placed on injured reserve Tuesday after suffering a concussion in Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings. Stokley, 37, has suffered multiple concussions over the course of his career and the Ravens determined after testing that this would end his season.
To take Stokley's place on the 53-man roster, the Ravens re-signed running back Bernard Scott. He was on the roster until Saturday when the Ravens cut him to make room for tight end Dennis Pitta. Scott did not see any game action with the Ravens earlier this season.
Stokley has dealt with injuries throughout the year and played in just six games. He battled thigh and knee injuries earlier in the year before the concussion landed him on injured reserve. He finishes the year with 13 catches for 115 yards.