Cary Williams has returned from his two-game suspension for violating the league's personal conduct policy, and is eligible to practice this week and play on Sunday against the Browns.
But we still don't know who will be released to make room for Williams on the Ravens' 53-man roster.
The Ravens will have until 4 p.m. today to trim one player from the roster because they received a two-day roster exemption once Williams returned.
All indications are that defensive tackle Lamar Divens will be the player let go, but we'll have to wait and see what the Ravens choose to do.
Meanwhile, the Ravens cut two of their practice squad players yesterday, letting go of offensive tackle Devin Tyler and defensive back David Pender.
Today, the team announced they have signed offensive tackle Brady Bond to fill one of those openings. Bond is a 6-foot-6, 300-pound undrafted free agent out of Oklahoma State who was let go by the Chargers at the end of training camp.
He tried out for the Ravens yesterday and was signed to the developmental roster.
"I've been waiting for a call," Bond said today. "I've had some interest from other teams, but this was my first tryout. I'm excited to be here. They let me come in and do a tryout and I'm just looking forward to getting better.
"I'm on the practice squad so far this year and I just want to get better every day. It's a good starting point and we'll see what happens."
The Ravens still have one opening on their eight-man practice squad.