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Former Ravens quarterback Cullen Finnerty reported missing Sunday on a fishing trip in Michigan


Former Ravens quarterback Cullen Finnerty was reported missing on Sunday in Michigan during a fishing trip on the Baldwin River. Finnerty was fishing alone and had called his wife to pick him up, but when she arrived he was nowhere to be found. Police said the only traces of Finnerty's presence were a small pontoon boat and a fishing pole. Search teams and helicopters were sent to search the river and the surrounding woods for Finnerty, but his whereabouts remain unknown.

Finnerty signed with the Ravens in 2007 as an undrafted free agent and spent the majority of the season on the team's practice squad before being moved to the active roster for the final two games due to an injury to Kyle Boller. Baltimore released Finnery following the season and he would sign with the Denver Broncos before being placed on waivers before the 2008 season. Finnerty was a Division II college star at Grand Valley State University where he led the Lakers to three national titles, including back-to-back championships in 2005 and 2006.