BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Baltimore Ravens made a number of roster moves Monday, two days after their season came to an end with a 17-3 loss to the Buffalo Bills.

The team announced it was waiving four players: quarterback Robert Griffin, III, defensive backs Davontae Harris and Tramon Williams and wide receiver De’Anthony Thomas. Thomas was a COVID-19 opt out.

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Tyler Huntley, who took over for quarterback Lamar Jackson after Jackson was injured during the third quarter of Saturday’s game, got signed to a reserve/future deal, as did:

  • LB Aaron Adeoye;
  • DT Aaron Crawford;
  • DT Braxton Hoyett;
  • WR Jaylon Moore;
  • LS Nick Moore;
  • DE Chauncey Rivers;
  • DB Nigel Warrior;
  • DB Chris Westry;
  • RB Ty’Son Williams; and
  • TE Eli Wolf.

On Twitter Monday morning, Griffin thanked his teammates, the Ravens organization and fans.

“This season was a trying one with a lot of adversity & there were no better people for the job,” he wrote. “Honored to be a part of the brotherhood with yal [sic]. The best is yet to come.”

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Griffin joined the Ravens in 2018, a year after being let go by the Cleveland Browns.

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CBS Baltimore Staff