NFL Free Agency: Kelly Gregg To Be Released By Baltimore Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens were the first NFL team to make known a post-lockout personnel move, and now they're the second as well. After RB Willis McGahee found out the team plans to release him on Thursday, NT Kelly Gregg learned he faces the same fate after a talk with general manager Ozzie Newsome, according to Aaron Wilson.

The good news for Gregg, Wilson says, is that he could be brought back to Baltimore for a lower salary, giving him at least a foot back in the door to his old workplace if he isn't able to find anywhere suitable around the league. The 34-year-old with 19.5 career sacks has played in Baltimore since 2001, missing only two games other than during his injury-dashed 2008 season.

Gregg appeared to struggle with injuries in 2010, dealing with a leg issue after facing offseason shoulder surgery.  

For more Ravens, head to Baltimore Beatdown.

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