Breaking down all 2023 Baltimore Ravens roster cuts

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Purge Day has arrived and by 4 p.m. ET all 32 NFL franchises, including your beloved Baltimore Ravens, must submit their 53-man roster for the 2023 regular season.

Transactions started through last weekend and dragged into Monday, with many players across the NFL landscape already getting cut and waived. Some of those, obviously, belonged to the Ravens' Flock.

There won't be many surprises, but following a preseason full of winners (13 of them!) and losers (as many as 10!), you can rest assured we're in for a couple of shockers.

With just a few hours left on Tuesday for franchises to finalize their roster and make their final decisions, here is Ebony Bird's live coverage of all decisions announced by the Baltimore Ravens leading up to the deadline, including some background about each of the players involved in them.


1. Wide Receiver - Shemar Bridges

The Baltimore Ravens got their roster trimming started on Aug. 25 when they waived Shemar Bridges with an injury settlement, Aaron Wilson reported on his social network account.

Bridges was about to enter his second season in the NFL with the Baltimore Ravens after going undrafted out of Fort Valley State last year. The Ravens already waived Bridges last season with an injury designation, although they resigned him last November once healthy to place him in the practice squad.

Bridges is a huge receiver but he's rather slow and although considered a possession pass catcher he was facing long odds to make the practice squad once more, let alone the final roster.

A lot of ancillary players have greater chances of making it to the PA, and Bridges being the first man cut won't help him going forward.