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Ravens Awarded Defensive Tackle Christo Bilukidi Off Waivers


The Ravens have made a move to bolster the defensive line.

The team signed third-year defensive tackle Christo Bilukidi, who was released by the division rival Bengals Saturday ahead of the season opener, according to the NFL's daily transaction wire.

The Ravens have not officially confirmed the move.

To make room for Bilukidi, the Ravens cut undrafted rookie running back Fitzgerald Toussaint from the 53-man squad.

Bilukidi, 24, has played for the Raiders and the Bengals during his career. The 6-foot-5, 320-pound defender has 13 tackles and one sack in his career. He will provide some depth on defensive line that only had five players going into Sunday's opener.

Toussaint is an undrafted rookie who was moved to the active roster Saturday after the Ravens cut cornerback Derek Cox. Toussaint was previously on Baltimore's practice squad, and the Ravens could look to bring him back if he clears waivers. * *

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