OL Kyle Fuller - (FA) Signed to Practice Squad
According to a report by Jeff Zrebiec from The Athletic, the Ravens recognized the need to bolster their offensive line and organized tryouts on Tuesday for four linemen in preparation for their upcoming clash with Cincinnati.
It's worth noting that both C Tyler Linderbaum and LT Ronnie Stanley got banged up last Sunday and left the game against Houston early. Harbaugh said both are "week-to-week" and most probably out for Week 2.
The linemen who participated in the tryout session were Logan Stenberg, Kyle Fuller, Colby Gossett, and John Leglue. Ultimately, Fuller inked the contract up for grabs in Baltimore.
Aaron Wilson of KPRC2 broke the news on social media first, confirming the acquisition of veteran lineman Fuller by the Ravens, potentially paving the way for him to transition to the active roster in the near future pending further moves and transactions completed by Baltimore ahead of Sunday's clash against the Bengals.
Kyle Fuller brings a wealth of experience to the Ravens, having had previous stints with various teams, including the Texans, Washington, Dolphins, Seahawks, and Broncos. He has participated in 51 career games, with 12 starts, making him a valuable and experienced addition to the squad.
Fuller joined the NFL in 2017 when he was drafted in the seventh round by the Houston Texans. His most productive years came during his time with the Seattle Seahawks. Fuller played in 40 games for Seattle, starting in 10 of those matchups, before signing with the Broncos earlier this year. He was cut leading up to the roster trimming in late August.
With two players nearly out of commission at least for next weekend and G Patrick Mekari and C Sam Mustipher already called up and stepping into the vacant roles with no more backups available, it's fair to expect an activation of Fuller ahead of Sunday so he can appear in the divisional game against Cincy.