Done deals: Two Veteran Defensive Linemen Signed by the Ravens………..

Two Veteran Defensive Linemen Signed by the Ravens

Deadrin Senat, Atlanta, Defensive Line

Baltimore is growing a little bit. Deadrin Senat, a defensive tackle, and Josh Tupou, a nose tackle, have joined the Ravens’ 90-man roster.

The Falcons selected 6-foot-1 and 305-pound Senat in the third round of the 2018 NFL Draft. Before being released, he played three seasons in Atlanta. He became a member of the Buccaneers in 2022, spending two seasons both on the main roster and practice squad. Senat has made 52 tackles, one sack, and one fumble recovery in 37 career games.

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Tupou is staying in the AFC North, having played for the Bengals for six seasons. The 340-pound, 6-foot-3 lineman was not selected in the 2017 draft; he later signed with Cincinnati. Except for 2020, when he missed time due to the pandemic, he has participated in every season since. In 65 games, he has made 23 starts, totaling 86 tackles, 6 quarterback hits, 2 sacks, and 1 forced fumble.

Defensive tackle Bravvion Roy was dismissed by the Ravens last week, and defensive tackle Ja’Mion Franklin was waived on Tuesday due to an injury.

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Ravens Sign Rookie Contracts with the Final Four Draft Picks

We haven’t even begun Organized Team Activities, and the whole class of 2024 draft picks by the Ravens is already under contract.

On Monday afternoon, the following players signed their rookie contracts: quarterback Nick Leary (sixth round), wide receiver Devontez Walker (fourth round), running back Rasheen Ali (fifth round), and outside linebacker Adisa Isaac (third round).

When the five other draft picks initially showed up at the Under Armour Performance Center on May 2, their deals were finalized. The first player to sign a contract in 2024 was cornerback Nate Wiggins, who was selected in the first round.

After recording 7.5 sacks and 16 tackles for loss in his final season at Penn State, Isaac will be a member of the Ravens’ pass rush rotation this year.

Walker’s size and speed will help the Ravens overwhelm opponents in the passing game. During his collegiate career, he averaged 16.8 yards per reception and finished the previous season with an average of 87 receiving yards per game.

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