The Baltimore Ravens wasted no time making moves after Saturday’s crushing Divisional Round loss to the Buffalo Bills.
Baltimore fell 17-3 at Bills Stadium after a lackluster performance from the Ravens on both ends of the field. Star quarterback Lamar Jackson exited the game early due to concussion protocol, too.
Now, the Ravens have released multiple veterans in wake of the 2020 season.
Running back Mark Ingram along with Robert Griffin III are two of those players. Both addressed their departures via Twitter on Monday.
Defensive back Davontae Harris, wide receiver De’Anthony Harris and defensive back Tramon Williams also have been cut by the team. Harris opted out of the 2020 season due to COVID-19.