Ravens Bring Back Tony Bergstrom for Offensive Line Depth


The Ravens got the offensive line depth they need back, re-signing guard Tony Bergstrom Saturday afternoon after releasing him earlier this week.

Baltimore released cornerback Tony McRae to make room on the 53-man roster for Bergstrom, so in the end, the Ravens added wide receiver Griff Whalen and released McRae, and did some juggling with Bergstrom in between.

The move gives the Ravens seven healthy offensive linemen for Sunday's game in Minnesota. With Matt Skura still rehabbing an injured knee, the Ravens only had one healthy reserve lineman, Luke Bowanko.

The Ravens traded a conditional draft pick for Bergstrom when forming the original 53-man roster. It's unknown what the conditions were.

Rookie fifth-round pick Jermaine Eluemunor is still expected to be the starting right guard.

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