The Ravens will resume practicing on Wednesday, but linebacker Sergio Kindle won’t be joining them.
Kindle was released from the team’s practice squad on Monday, ending his run with the team after three seasons that didn’t feature much from Kindle on the field. The 2010 second-round pick fell down two flights of stairs shortly after being drafted, causing a fractured skull that forced him to miss what would have been his rookie season. Kindle wound up playing just three games with the Ravens before being dropped from the roster when Terrell Suggs returned in October.
The team re-signed him to the practice squad at that point, something that Kindle said didn’t frustrate him at the time. He might have soured on it at some point, though. Coach John Harbaugh said Monday that the departure was “mutually agreed upon” which says neither side saw much of a future for Kindle in Baltimore.