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Trayvon Mullen, Baltimore Ravens
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1. Trayvon Mullen is back with the Baltimore Ravens, but for how long?

The Baltimore Ravens released Trayvon Mullen, so that is not good. However, some fans will point out that he is back, so this is not that big of a deal. However, it means that the odds of him being here in week one went down significantly.

Mullen signed a guaranteed contract this season. By releasing him on the NFI, they were able to clear his salary without the guarantees. They signed him back, but they did not include the guarnanteed money.

So, essentially, because Mullen was let go so late in the summer, it would be hard to catch on anywhere else right now. He feels he can still make the roster, so why not prove himself, even without having the guaranteed salary? However, the Ravens see it as an ability to keep Mullen and take on any upside if he does get healthy and play well. He is behind Kyu Blu Kelly, Jalyn Armour-Davis, and Daryl Worley right now, but that can change quickly with the up-and-down nature of the names listed.

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But, they are now free of any burden if Mullen is cut again in a week. He went from being hard to release in a month to being easy to release in a month. Even if Trayvon Mullen is back, his stock is down after one week of training camp.