The Baltimore Ravens made five roster moves to trim their team down to 90 to 85 players ahead of the NFL deadline.

The Ravens waived outside linebacker Aaron Adeoye, cornerback Davontae Harris and tight end Eli Wolf. Harris appeared in four games with the Ravens last season and recorded 10 tackles along with a forced fumble. Adeoye and Wolf spent all of last season on the practice squad.

Defensive backs Iman Marshall and Khalil Dorsey were placed on injured reserve. Marshall was a 2019 fourth-round pick who suffered a torn ACL in training camp last year. He spent the first half of his rookie year on injured reserve before returning to play in three games and record one tackle. Dorsey appeared in six games last season and made two tackles and also spent part of the season on the practice squad.

The Ravens decided to sign former Calvert Hall quarterback Kenji Bahar, who had been with the team earlier in training camp. Third-year quarterback Trace McSorley suffered a back injury that is expected to keep him sidelined for several weeks.

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