The Jaguars have had a habit of acquiring players who previously played for the Seahawks since Gus Bradley, and now their former players are proving to be popular in Baltimore.
The Ravens announced that they have signed guard Will Rackley and fullback Shaun Chapas, both of whom were let go by the Jaguars late last week. Rackley was a 2011 third-round pick in Jacksonville started 25 games for the Jaguars over the last three years, but will likely be trying to earn a backup spot behind Kelechi Osemele and Marshal Yanda. Chapas was on the Jags’ practice squad last year and he’s played six games for the Lions and Cowboys over the course of his career.
Baltimore also signed tight end Phillip Supernaw, who played one game for the Texans last season. He tried out for the Ravens over the weekend and joins Owen Daniels, another former Texan, as a new Ravens tight end.
The Ravens released tight end Matt Furstenberg, linebacker D.J. Bryant and defensive lineman Cody Larsen.