With their wide receiver depth taking a hit right off the bat with the loss of Jacoby Jones to an MCL sprain, the Ravens have reunited with a pass catcher they recently waived.
The Ravens have re-signed wide receiver Tandon Doss, the club said Monday.
To make room for Doss, Baltimore released linebacker Robert James.
PFT reported on Friday that Jones is expected to miss 4-6 weeks after suffering a knee injury in Baltimore’s season-opening loss at Denver.
Doss, 23, caught seven passes for 123 yards and a touchdown in 2012 regular-season play for Baltimore. He also returned four punts for 53 yards.
Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun first reported the Ravens were re-signing Doss.
The Ravens parted ways with Doss, a 2011 fourth-round pick, on August 31.
With Jones out, Torrey Smith, Brandon Stokley and Marlon Brown look to be the Ravens’ top three options at wide receiver for the time being.