The Ravens have made a tweak to the roster just before the start of Organized Team Activities (OTAs).
They swapped a pair of undrafted rookie linebackers, cutting Alabama's Trey DePriest and re-signing Andrew Bose from Rhode Island.
DePriest was one of Baltimore's more well-known undrafted signings because of his college pedigree. He started alongside last year's first-round pick C.J. Mosley at Alabama, and he finished his Crimson Tide career with 237 tackles, two sacks, three forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and one interception.
DePriest also won two national championships at Alabama.
Bose, a native of Huntingtown, Md., is already on his second stint with the Ravens. Baltimore initially signed him on May 12, but then cut him two days later to make room for veteran cornerback Kyle Arrington. Now Bose is back on the roster as the Ravens take the field for their first practice of OTAs.
Bose had 125 tackles and 4.5 sacks last year at Rhode Island.