Ravens cut Keith Wenning while adding three undrafted free agents

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The Ravens drafted quarterback Keith Wenning in the sixth round of the 2014 draft, but they’ve decided to part ways with him while adding three undrafted players from this year’s rookie class.

Wenning was waived on Tuesday along with tight end Phillip Supernaw and linebacker Darius Allen while signing Alabama guard Leon Brown, James Madison wide receiver Daniel Brown and Rhode Island linebacker Andrew Bose to the 90-man roster.

Wenning didn’t make the 53-man roster out of training camp last season, but returned to the team’s practice squad and spent the season on that roster. The Ravens signed former Prairie View A&M quarterback Jerry Lovelocke as an undrafted free agent last week and they also have Bryn Renner on the depth chart at quarterback behind Joe Flacco and Matt Schaub.

Supernaw had two catches in six appearances for Baltimore last season and the arrival of two new tight ends in the draft likely sealed his fate with the team.