The Ravens made another adjustment to their practice squad today, signing offensive tackle Andrew Gardner to their developmental roster, and waiving quarterback Hunter Cantwell.
Gardner (6-6, 305), was a sixth-round pick by the Dolphins last year.
"I'm just real happy to have that opportunity to be with the Ravens," Garnder said today. "They're a good football team. I'm ready to get to work. Whatever coach needs out of me, whatever role I'm here to play, I want to compete and try to work my way up. I'll do whatever I'm asked to do and work my hardest."
The most interesting piece of news tied to this story is that at least for now, the Ravens only have two quarterbacks on their team.
So who would the Ravens' emergency signal-caller be, should Joe Flacco and Marc Bulger both get injured?
Head coach John Harbaugh said that those duties would fall to wide receiver Anquan Boldin, who was a quarterback in high school.
"He's played it before, and he'd probably be our guy," Harbaugh said.
Print up those business cards, Anquan. "Pro Bowl receiver, Emergency quarterback".
It's important to note that Cantwell wouldn't have been eligible to play on gamedays even if he was still around, as practice squad players are not part of the active roster. If either Flacco or Bulger had gone down, the Ravens could have promoted Cantwell to the 53-man roster during the week, but his presence on the practice squad wouldn't have helped the Ravens during a game if both quarterbacks had to leave due to injury.