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BREAKING NEWS: Ravens Release Trevor Pryce

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Direct from the Baltimore Ravens, they have terminated DE Trevor Pryce's contract and signed safety Ken Hamlin back to the team.

With this announcement and the news that defensive lineman Cory Redding having sustained a concussion in Sunday's game, could this be the opening for DE Paul Kruger to show us what pressure he can put on the QB and perhaps even open up a roster spot for rookie DT Terrence Cody?

UPDATED:  Here is the team's official Press Release-

Sept. 29, 2010
 
For Immediate Release
 
RAVENS WAIVE DE PRYCE, RE-SIGN S HAMLIN
 
The Baltimore Ravens have waived DE Trevor Pryce and re-signed S Ken Hamlin, executive vice president/general manager Ozzie Newsome announced Wednesday morning.
 
Pryce, a 14-year NFL veteran who has posted 90 career sacks, was signed by Baltimore in 2006. He totaled 26 sacks in 56 games with the Ravens.
 
The 6-2, 208-pound Hamlin was released by Baltimore last Wednesday (Sept. 22). Hamlin has seen action in 100 games, including two for the Ravens this season, totaling 565 tackles, 14 interceptions and five sacks during his eight-year career.