Wide receiver LaQuan Williams and tight end Phillip Supernaw are back in Baltimore.
The Ravens re-signed Williams and Supernaw to the practice squad Wednesday morning.
Supernaw is back in Baltimore after a three-week stay in Kansas City, where he played two games and caught one pass. Williams returns after spending the first 13 weeks of the season out of the NFL following his release by the Ravens at the end of the preseason.
Williams spent 2011 and 2012 on Baltimore's active roster after making the team as an undrafted free agent. He played in 23 games and has four career catches for 46 yards. The Baltimore native and University of Maryland product was also one of the Ravens' top special-teamers during his two years on the active roster.
Supernaw has bounced around between the Ravens' active roster and practice squad this season. He has been cut or re-signed 10 times since the Ravens initially picked him up in May. Supernaw has played in three games for the Ravens and has one catch.
Bringing Supernaw back to the practice squad gives the Ravens an experienced option at tight end if they have a need on the active roster. Owen Daniels and Crockett Gillmore are currently the only two tight ends on the 53-man squad.
To make room for Williams and Supernaw on the 10-man practice squad, the Ravens cut tight end Allen Reisner. The other spot was open because the Titans signed offensive tackle Terron Jones off Baltimore's practice squad.