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Notebook: Ravens cut Vincent

OWINGS MILLS -- The Baltimore Ravens cut ties with former starting offensive guard Keydrick Vincent on Tuesday morning, formally ending a three-year tenure that was foreshadowed in April when the team selected Ben Grubbs in the first round. Vincent, was due to make $1.6 million and had been demoted from the starting lineup at right guard and shifted to the left side behind Jason Brown.

If Vincent had been on the team after the final roster cutdown this weekend, his salary for the year would have been guaranteed as a vested veteran. The Ravens saved $1.24 million against the salary cap by releasing Vincent, who started 21 games for Baltimore . "They said they were going with younger players and wanted to give me a chance to start somewhere else," Vincent said in a...

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