|Ht / Wt:||6'4" / 238 lb.|
|Born:||March 11, 1997|
|Drafted:||2020 / UDFA|
The Ravens signed Wolf to a reserve/future contract Monday.
Analysis: While it is unclear at the time whether Nick Boyle will be ready for the 2021 season, Wolf will join the team as another tight end option. The 23-year-old remained on Baltimore's practice squad during 2020 and will now aim to make his NFL debut in the upcoming year.
Wolf (undisclosed) was restored to Baltimore's practice squad from the injured list Thursday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Analysis: There's been no specification as to which type of injury the Georgia product dealt with through November and early December, but Wolf is now able to rejoin Baltimore in a development role. Having been cleared to return to the practice field, Wolf aims to carve out his NFL debut.
Wolf was placed on Baltimore's practice squad injured list Tuesday, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Analysis: The 23-year-old was waived by the Ravens at roster cutdowns while dealing with a leg injury, but he remained in the organization on the practice squad. The specifics of Wolf's current injury remain unclear.
Wolf (Ieg) was waived by the Ravens on Saturday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: The Ravens' initial 53-man roster features just two tight ends -- Mark Andrews and Nick Boyle. The team may look to keep Wolf around on the practice squad if he's healthy, but the undrafted rookie is a run-blocking specialist, so his upside in this powerhouse offense would be capped.
Wolf tweaked a leg muscle during Monday's practice, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: It's unclear how Wolf suffered the injury, and it's not clear as to whether it's a serious issue. This is bad timing for the Georgia product, especially considering he's battling Jacob Breeland (knee) for one of the last spots on the 2020 roster. Wolf logged just 13 catches for 194 yards and a touchdown last year in college, but he could conceivably contribute as a depth blocking specialist once healthy.
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