The Baltimore Ravens picked up an important 16-10 win over the Cleveland Browns in Week 12 of the 2021 season. The victory moved them to 8-3 on the 2021 season, while Cleveland fell to 6-6 and is in last place in the AFC North.
On Monday after their win the team made a few roster moves that pertain to both their active roster and their practice squad. The team signed quarterback Chris Streveler to their practice squad while releasing quarterback Kenji Bahar in a corresponding move. They also placed cornerback Kevon Seymour on the Reserve/COVID list.
We have released QB Kenji Bahar from the practice squad.
We have added QB Chris Streveler to the practice squad (Practice Squad Exception) and placed DB Kevon Seymour on the Reserve/COVID-19 list. pic.twitter.com/lbQjSGdp8T
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) November 29, 2021
Streveler was let go by the Arizona Cardinals after the team signed quarterback Trace McSorley off of the Ravens’ practice squad. Bahar was signed in McSorley’s place initially, but the team has decided to go with Streveler as their backup instead.
Seymour was signed to the Baltimore active roster before Week 12. He has spent time with the Ravens since the early part of the season, and was active for Baltimore’s Week 12 win.
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