• Rolando McClain reinstated from reserve/retired list

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Apr 18, 2014
    Linebacker Rolando McClain, who last played in 2012 with Oakland, has been reinstated from the reserve/retired list, the NFL disclosed in its Thursday transactions. The Baltimore Ravens are giving Rolando McClain another shot. We think. He was reinstated from the reserve/retired list this week, despite reportedly faring poorly in his conditioning test. McClain had retired from football and yet stated his intentions to come back this season, and the Ravens gave him a workout on Tuesday. If McClain doesn’t get in shape, the only thing they’ve wasted is time and a roster spot, of which there are 90. Ravens officials aren't providing any official comment on the move, which was reported on the NFL's transactions list. In a 17-month span between 2011 and 2013, he was arrested three times, including a year ago for disorderly conduct just two weeks after he signed a contract with the Ravens, who opted to give him another shot.
    • Ravens activate LB McClain from reserve list

      The Baltimore Ravens activated Rolando McClain off the reserve-retired list Thursday, two days after his disastrous first workout with the team.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Ravens reinstate Rolando McClain after shaky workout in front of team officials

      Linebacker had shaky workout with team TuesdayThe Ravens reinstated middle linebacker Rolando McClain from the reserved/retired list just two days after he was unable to finish the team's conditioning test and struggled in individual drills.

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