Ravens release Danny Woodhead, Austin Howard

Dec 17 2017 Cleveland OH USA Baltimore Ravens running back Danny Woodhead runs with the ball after a catch during the first half against the Cleveland Browns at First Energy Stadium. Mandatory Credit Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

Ravens release Danny Woodhead, Austin Howard

Woodhead had signed a three-year deal to join the Ravens in September 2017, but he will reportedly be released for salary cap purposes.

The Baltimore Ravens will not pick up the option for right tackle Austin Howard, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. But a hamstring injury limited him to just eight games, with minimal production (14 carries for 56 yards, 33 receptions for 200 yards). Woodhead missed half the season with a hamstring injury and accounted for 256 yards of offense with no touchdowns.

The Baltimore Ravens have released veteran safety Lardarius Webb, who's been with the team nine seasons.

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On his first drive with Baltimore, he caught three passes for 33 yards (including a one-handed reception) and ran once for 4 yards. He didn't return until November 19. Baltimore is expected to fill the right tackle spot with either Hurst, Alex Lewis or a draft pick. He first debuted with the team in 2009-10, appearing in 10 regular-season games as a rookie.

Now, Howard is gone and it wouldn't be surprising if Jensen leaves as well.

Per Spotrac, cutting him will save the Ravens $1.8 million. Kenneth Dixon is set to return from a knee injury that cost him the entire 2017 season, as he also served a six-game suspension while on IR. Javorius "Buck" Allen (at least 45 receptions in two of the last three seasons) remains in the mix as well. This means the Ravens will have a new starting right tackle for the third straight year.

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