Ravens re-sign TE Phillip Supernaw

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The Ravens have re-signed one of their reserve tight ends.

Phillip Supernaw, an exclusive-rights free agent, has signed his tender with the club, the team’s website said Friday.

The 25-year-old Supernaw appeared in six games for Baltimore in 2014, catching two passes for 27 yards. He previously had stints with Kansas City (2014) and Houston (2013).

Tight end could be a position the Ravens address in the draft after losing Owen Daniels to Denver and with Dennis Pitta coming off a second significant hip injury. If Pitta cannot recapture his best form, second-year pro Crockett Gillmore could be the top target at the position.

9 responses to “Ravens re-sign TE Phillip Supernaw

  1. Has he made more money than his dad? I wonder if his parents asked for all the money he owes for raising him?

  2. If I’m an NFL GM, I’m signing this dude for his last name alone. That’s why if I’m the Ravens, I draft Owamagbe Odighizuwa with their first pick.

    Of course this is one of the many, many reasons my recent Madden successes won’t translate to the NFL.

  3. numberoneinthehoodg says:
    Apr 17, 2015 4:11 PM
    Has he made more money than his dad? I wonder if his parents asked for all the money he owes for raising him?
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    I had never heard of his dad, but I see that he had a #1 country single called “I Don’t Call Him Daddy”

  4. You single this out but at the same time they signed Melvin who Brady victimized at cornerback. I like Supernaw but if I was reporting from a Ravens story I’d focus on Melvin. I’m a fan but Supernaw is a no brainer. Melvin is the question.

  5. Will be interesting to see if this guy can develop into a decent player. Ozzie likes this dude for whatever reason. The Ravens have gone out of their way to sign him the past couple years.

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