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Ravens add Matt Skura and sign Dieugot Joseph to 53-man roster

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The Baltimore Ravens made a flurry of moves on Tuesday morning, first placing offensive guard Marshal Yanda (fractured ankle) and linebacker Bam Bradley (torn ACL) on the injured reserve:

Baltimore would then add center Matt Skura and sign offensive tackle Dieugot Joseph to the 53-man roster:

Skura most recently participated in the preseason for Baltimore. As for Joseph, he is a rookie who is now on his second team. He signed with the Chicago Bears as an undrafted free agent in May, participated in the preseason, was cut and then signed to the practice squad in September.

The Ravens have also added three players to their practice squad in linebacker Nicholas Grigsby, offensive guard Arie Kouandijo and recently cut running back Jeremy Langford:

Grigsby is in his second year and is now a part of Baltimore’s practice squad after being on the Los Angeles Rams’ practice squad. He participated in one game as a member of their active roster.

Kouandijo is a local product from Dematha Catholic High School in Hyatsville, MD. He last played for the Washington Redskins, making two starts in eight total games. He was a fourth-round pick in the 2015 draft from Alabama.

Langford was just added from the practice squad last week, but was cut in favor of Alex Collins. It’s still unknown as to why exactly Langford was cut, but Collins looked impressive in his Ravens debut.