Ravens Are Reportedly Signing Veteran Running Back
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The Baltimore Ravens worked on Corey Clement shortly before starting training camp on Tuesday.
They must have liked what they saw.
According to NFL insider Jordan Schultz, the Ravens are signing the veteran back for an undisclosed deal.
JK Dobbins and Gus Edwards, both recovering from the tears of the ACL, which sidelined them for all of 2021,
Will open the camp on Physically Disabled Performing (PUP) list.
Baltimore signed Mike Davis earlier this off-season.
Dobbins said emphatically on Twitter last week that he would be ready for the first week.
And Edwards could even start the season if his recovery goes according to plan.
The Ravens can remove them from the PUP list at any time.
According to Tom Pelicero of NFL Network, Baltimore also worked with Wayne Gallman.
Clement averaged 4.0 yards per carry over four seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles,
Scoring six of his nine touchdowns as an undrafted rookie in 2017.
Ezekiel trapped behind Elliot and Tony Pollard,
The Wisconsin alum didn't get much time playing for the Dallas Cowboys last season.
He recorded scrimmages for 169 yards and touchdowns for 39 touches, while returning 11 kickoffs for 215 years