The Baltimore Ravens brought in numerous undrafted free agent wide receivers to compete for a roster spot. They looked to have targeted a specific profile in most of the players, that which was a big-bodied player that can make contested catches.
One of the rookies that the team brought in was wideout Shemar Bridges out of Fort Valley State. He burst onto the scene in the first game of the 2022 preseason, catching multiple impressive passes. However, he suffered an injury in the final preseason game and was waived/injured once the Baltimore roster had to be trimmed to 53 players. On Monday, it was made known that Bridges was cut from injured reserve with an injury settlement.
Ravens cut Shemar Bridgers from IR with injury settlement
— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) September 5, 2022
Bridges was the early favorite to make the team as an undrafted wideout based off of his breakout against the Tennessee Titans, but two quiet games after his first performance plus the addition of veteran wide receiver Demarcus Robinson made a path to a roster spot extremely difficult, not even mentioning his injury.
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