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Ravens Continue To Add Undrafted Free Agents To Roster

BALTIMORE (WJZ) -- Baltimore Ravens General Manager Ozzie Newsome is still on the look out for the 'complementary receiver' the team needs.

After going through their seven draft picks this past weekend without selecting an offensive skill player, all Newsome had to say was, "We are not done. The draft is a big part of it, and we are not done with the 53-man squad that we are going to play with when we open up against Cincinnati."

Here are the players the Ravens have reportedly signed to add to that "squad" (these have not been confirmed by the team, but a number of schools and players have made announcements):

QB Zach Terrell, Western Michigan
ESPN's Adam Caplan reported that Terrell had signed with the Ravens.

WR/RS Tim White, Arizona State
The Arizona Republic's Jeff Metcalfe reported that White will join the Ravens.

WR Tim Patrick, Utah
The Ravens added the big target from Utah according to The Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec.

WR Quincy Adeboyejo, Ole Miss
Baltimore also found a big receiver in Adeboyejo, according to Zrebiec.

WR C.J. Board, Tennessee Chattanooga
Board comes to Baltimore after a highly productive college career, according to a release from the school.

LB Bam Bradley, Pitt
Bradly tweeted that he is headed to Baltimore.

DE Omarius Bryant, Western Kentucky
The Ravens add a massive defender in Bryant, per a tweet from the school.

RB Taquan Mizzell, Virginia
Virginia's football team announced Mizzell would be going to the Ravens.

FB Ricky Ortiz, Oregon State
The Ravens lost a versatile fullback in free agency, but they added another one in Ortiz, according to the Sun.

OL Andrew Wylie, Eastern Michigan
Eastern Michigan's athletics department tweeted that the Ravens had signed Wylie to a free-agent deal.

K Bobby Puyol, Connecticut
Connecticut's football team tweeted that Puyol would be joining the Ravens.

P Kenny Allen, Michigan
Michigan's Kenny Allen tweeted that he would be joining the Ravens.

Who would you like to see the Ravens sign?

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