Sergio Kindle may not be done in Baltimore.
Head Coach John Harbaugh said the team is looking to re-sign him to the practice squad two days after releasing its former second-round pick.
"We still think he has a chance," Harbaugh said. "We really think there's a possibility he could grow into a player. We've seen some glimpses in practice."
Kindle was active for just one game so far this season (Week 2 against Philadelphia) despite fellow outside linebacker Terrell Suggs being out. When Suggs returned, Kindle was released.
The 25-year-old pass rusher hasn't yet lived up to his potential after a fractured skull knocked out his entire rookie season.
Kindle returned to the field last year, but was limited to just two games. His role hadn't expanded yet this year despite him knowing the scheme better.
"I'm just staying patient right now and controlling what I can control," Kindle said earlier this month with Suggs' return nearing. "Everything will fall into place eventually."
Harbaugh said Kindle handled the news of his release well.
"He was good about it, actually," Harbaugh said. "I think he's very determined to be a good football player in this league. We're going to see if we can get him onto the practice squad. We have some tough choices to make there."