Ravens Sign Two Players To Practice Squad


The Ravens made a couple changes to their practice squad Tuesday morning.

Baltimore signed cornerback Sheldon Price and defensive end Nordly Capi.

The Ravens had an opening on the practice squad after promoting running back Terrence Magee last weekend. Baltimore waived running back Akeem Hunt from the practice squad to free up another spot.

The 6-foot-2, 198-pound Price is in his third NFL season. The former undrafted rookie out of UCLA originally signed with Indianapolis and spent most of his first two seasons on the Colts' practice squad.

Price made the 53-man roster this year and played in two games, making one tackle, but was waived/injured after sustaining an ankle injury.

Capi is a 6-foot-3, 249-pound undrafted rookie who spent the summer with the Jacksonville Jaguars and had a strong preseason but did not make the team. He logged three sacks, including two against the Steelers, in the preseason.

Capi played two seasons at Akron after transferring from Colorado State. He played in all 12 games during his senior season at Akron, making nine starts and finishing with 39 tackles and a team-best five sacks.

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