Brandon Stokley's second tour of duty with the Ravens appears to have been a short one.
Baltimore announced it has the veteran wideout Saturday afternoon and re-signed tight end Billy Bajema, who was waived on Thursday.
Stokley, 37, appeared in three games, making nine catches for 79 yards this season. He was originally drafted by the Ravens in 1999 and was a member of their Super Bowl champion team following the 2000 season.
He could be an option to be re-signed if the team's injuries at receiver persist. But the fact that the Ravens cut him a day before playing at Miami would seem to indicate that they expect enough of their ailing wideouts to play.
Jacoby Jones (knee), Deonte Thompson (concussion) and Marlon Brown (thigh) were all listed as questionable for the contest. Perhaps all three will be available to play alongside Torrey Smith against the Dolphins.