The Ravens have signed offensive lineman R.J. Prince to the 90-man roster, adding more depth and competition in the trenches.
The 6-foot-6, 311-pound Prince was recently waived by the Pittsburgh Steelers. He was undrafted in 2018 out of North Carolina, where he was a starting guard for the Tar Heels.
Prince made Pittsburgh’s roster last year as an undrafted free agent but did not see game action.
Baltimore has assembled a lot of competition at guard, as veterans James Hurst and Alex Lewis, Bradley Bozeman and rookie fourth-round pick Ben Powers, are expected to be the top challengers for the starting left guard job. Jermaine Eluemunor and undrafted rookies Patrick Mekhari and Patrick Vahe are also in the mix
The Ravens waived guard Kofi Amichia and tight end Nick Keizer, two players who spent time on the Ravens' practice squad last season, in corresponding moves.