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Danny Woodhead Reportedly Released by Ravens After 1 Season with Team

13 March 2018

They also have a lot of running back depth, and on Tuesday they loosened things up a little on both fronts by releasing Danny Woodhead.

A day after signing pending free agent offensive lineman James Hurst, the Ravens are expected to move on from Austin Howard who started all 16 games for them at right tackle last season. The rest of the starting right tackle candidates on the Ravens roster, a group that includes 2017 fifth-round pick Jermaine Eluemunor and Andrew Donnal, a waiver acquisition last November, are young and unproven. But a hamstring injury limited him to just eight games, with minimal production (14 carries for 56 yards, 33 receptions for 200 yards). Baltimore never really figured out how to properly use Woodhead, and part of that problem traces back to the hamstring injury that kept him sidelined for most of the first half of the season.

San Diego utilized him as a pass catching weapon out of the backfield, as he racked up 167 receptions for over 1,400 receiving yards and 13 touchdowns in his four years with the team. He didn't return until November 19.

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Woodhead has played in only 10 games over the last two seasons.

Like Woodhead, Howard is gone after one season with Baltimore. The Ravens will create $3 million in cap space by not picking up the option.

Howard, 30, started all 16 games for the Ravens at right tackle a year ago after getting signed just before training camp. This means the Ravens will have a new starting right tackle for the third straight year.

Danny Woodhead Reportedly Released by Ravens After 1 Season with Team