OWINGS MILLS, Md. — The Baltimore Ravens will recover Justin Forsett in a pierce described as a “mutual” preference between a group and a maestro using back.
Forsett, who was dead Sunday opposite Oakland, met with Ravens ubiquitous manager Ozzie Newsome on Tuesday and voiced a enterprise to find another team.
Cutting Justin Forsett was a tough, though inevitable, preference for Ravens
From a football perspective, releasing Justin Forsett was inevitable. But a pierce wasn’t easy since Forsett is one of a classiest and many reputable players in a Ravens’ organization.
“It was mutual,” Forsett told a Ravens’ central website. “I felt like my event here was closing. I’m during a proviso in my career where we don’t wish to sit; we wish to play. we have a lot of football left in me.”
The Ravens have not strictly announced a register pierce yet.
Forsett, 30, was benched in preference of Terrance West on Sunday and was listed as inactive. He averaged 3.2 yards per lift in a initial 3 games, that tied a career low.
“They wanted to go younger,” Forsett told CSNMid-Atlantic.com progressing Tuesday. “I’ve been dismissed before. When we was dead Sunday, we suspicion it competence come.”
Forsett also indicated on Twitter that he had been released.
Baltimore will always have a special place in my heart. Love y’all appreciate u for a extraordinary support over a years #HeDontMakeTheLaw He…
— Justin Forsett (@JForsett) October 4, 2016