Ravens cut Brandon Stokley
Hensley: Ravens go young
The Ravens' decision to cut Brandon Stokley shows the team is more confident in young receivers such as Marlon Brown and Deonte Thompson, Jamison Hensley writes. Story
Stokley was inactive last Sunday because of a groin injury and didn't practice Friday. He caught nine passes for 79 yards for the Ravens in three games.
The Ravens added Bajema because they only had two other tight ends on the roster -- Dallas Clark and Ed Dickson. Bajema was released earlier in the week to make room for offensive tackle Eugene Monroe, who was acquired in a trade from Jacksonville.
This was Stokley's second stint with the Ravens. He caught a touchdown pass for the Ravens in their first Super Bowl victory in January 2001. The Baltimore Sun reported that Stokley could possibly be re-signed by the Ravens next week.