When NFL teams were mandated to reduce their rosters down to 53-players by 6pm this past Saturday, not only did the Baltimore Ravens need to make some tough decisions, so did 31 other NFL teams, cutting a few former Ravens in the process. The Ravens cut a bunch of players that could end up on either theirs on other teams, but so far the only one of their cuts that has been picked up by other teams was LB Tavares Gooden, who was signed by the San Francisco 49ers, according to the National Football Post.
Around the league, there have been notable cuts, both of former Ravens and players that the team or its fans have talked about as perhaps being interested in at some point. With the uncertainty surrounding QB Joe Flacco's backup and the injury to current backup Tyrod Taylor, there were a couple of quarterbacks that might be able to come in and become insurance for Flacco. The Oakland Raiders released Trent Edwards this past weekend in their cuts and to many, Edwards might be the best QB on the market right now that could perhaps interest the Ravens.