The Ravens have added another experienced hand to their offensive line.
The team has signed veteran interior offensive lineman Tony Wragge to a contract. The signing comes on the heels of the addition of Bobbie Williams as the Ravens build up the group that will vie for time at left guard this summer. Jah Reid and rookie Kelechi Osemele will be part of that group and rookie Gino Gradkowski could also be in the mix.
Wragge started eight games at center for the Rams last season and didn’t play particularly well. That should make him an underdog in any scrap for the starting guard spot. Wragge entered the league as an undrafted free agent with the Cardinals in 2002 and made 14 starts with the 49ers between 2005 and 2010. The Ravens released undrafted rookie defensive lineman Elliott Henigan to make room for Wragge.
The team has also reportedly waived-injured linebacker Michael McAdoo. McAdoo tore his Achilles tendon during OTAs and, per Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times, he’ll go on injured reserve with the Ravens if he clears waivers. McAdoo spent all of the 2011 season on injured reserve as well.