The Baltimore Ravens on Saturday made a couple of interesting roster moves as they prepped for Sunday's game against the Seahawks.
The Baltimore Ravens, who host the Seattle Seahawks Sunday, made two interesting roster moves Saturday.
First, the Ravens promoted former Seahawk WR Chris Matthews to the 53-man active roster.
Matthews had been on Baltimore’s practice squad since being released by the Seahawks following the Arizona game on Nov.15.
Matthews was a star of the Super Bowl last February for the Seahawks but had just four catches this season before being released.
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The Ravens also promoted QB Bryn Renner to the active roster, which would be a sign of further uncertainty about the status of quarterback Matt Schaub.
Schaub was listed as questionable on the final injury report of the week with a chest injury but also was examined for concussion-like symptoms last week.;
If Schaub can’t play then Jimmy Clausen would get the start with Renner as the backup.
Renner is a first-year player from North Carolina who has yet to see any NFL action.