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Week 4 Outlook
The Baltimore Ravens have brought up tight end Konrad Reuland from the practice squad to the active roster to replace rookie tight end Nick Boyle, who was suspended for violating the NFL's performance-enhancing policy.
Konrad has been on and off the Ravens practice squad for the past two years. He will be a back-up tight end with starter Crockett Gillmore and rookie Maxx Williams when they return.
Baltimore Ravens decided to release tight end from the practice squad to make room for HBO's "Hard Knocks" cornerback Charles James.
Reuland has bounced around the NFL since 2011. He last played with the New York Jets in 2012-2013 recording 12 catches for 90 yards in 26 games.
Baltimore Ravens tight end Konrad Reuland was released from the Ravens on Saturday. It was announced in an article on Sunday from the Ravens website that he was resigned to the practice squad.
Reuland has bounced around the NFL played with five teams in five years recording 12 catches for 90 yards in 26 games playing with the New York Jets in 2012 and 2013. In the Ravens 2015 preseason games, he recorded 8 catches for 55 yards. He has been on practice squads more than active rosters. Not a good fantasy pick.