Ravens Sign Veteran Center Tony Wragge


The Ravens added even more experience to their offensive line Tuesday afternoon, signing veteran center/guard Tony Wragge.

Baltimore inked former Cincinnati Bengals guard Bobbie Williams, a 13-year veteran, on Friday.

Now they have added an eight-year veteran who started eight games for the St. Louis Rams last year. Wragge, 32, also started 10 games at right guard for the San Francisco 49ers in 2008. He spent six years in San Francisco from 2005 – 2010.

The 6-foot-4, 310-pound Wragge will provide more depth behind center Matt Birk and at the guard positions. Signing Wragge is similar to last year's free-agent move of adding Andre Gurode. Gurode also provided veteran support at both spots and started five games.

To make room for Wragge on the roster, the Ravens released undrafted rookie defensive end/defensive tackle Elliott Henigan of Alabama-Birmingham.

The have also released outside linebacker Michael McAdoo to make room for Williams, according to the Carroll County Times. McAdoo (knee) is expected to be placed on injured reserve once he clears waivers.

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