BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Ravens have decided to let go of safety Eric Weddle, an NFL.com source said Tuesday.

Ian Rapport with NFL.com was the first to report.

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Weddle came to Baltimore from San Diego in 2016.

Before coming to Baltimore, Weddle played nine seasons with the Chargers.

As a Raven, Weddle played in 48 games.

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In those 48 games, Weddle recorded 151 tackles, 10 interceptions, three forced fumbles and one touchdown.

Weddle is also a six-time Pro-Bowler.

This offseason, Weddle said he planned to retire if he did not resign with the Ravens, but eluded to playing next season on Twitter.

Weddle’s release will create $7.5 million in cap room for the Ravens.

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