On Thursday, the Baltimore Ravens announced via social media that the team made an addition to the roster. Baltimore signed R.J. Prince, the second year guard that signed with the Steelers last year as an undrafted free agent. He spent most of the year on Pittsburgh’s practice squad. Baltimore reportedly hosted him for a workout this offseason, and Eric DeCosta and the coaches must have liked what they saw. Baltimore adds a young and talented offensive lineman, one that can develop into a potential role player for the Ravens, by adding Prince. The Ravens were looking to add players on the interior offensive line this offseason. They did so in the draft by selecting Oklahoma guard, Ben Powers, and now add depth to the 90-man roster with Prince.
In order to make room for Prince, Baltimore cut guard Kofi Amichia, the former Packers guard that played college ball at the University of Southern Florida. Curiously, the Baltimore Ravens opened up another roster spot by cutting tight end, Nick Keizer. Like Amichia, Keizer spent time with the Ravens last year at training camp. By cutting Keizer, the Ravens only filled 89 of 90 roster spots. They will be able to make another signing in the near future.