On the first day of compulsory mini-camp, Baltimore Ravens defensive tackle Michael Pierce was sent off the training field.
The 26-year-old lineman has been removed from the field due to absence of condition. After the stretching part of exercise, Coach John Harbaugh spoke to Pierce and the defensive tackle left the field.
“That he is not prepared to exercise from a safety point of view and for his own health,” Harbaugh said, via ESPN. “We acknowledge that and pulled it off.”
Michael Pierce, a restricted free agent, did not attend prior volunteer offseason workouts. In 2019, he is set to create an unguaranteed base wage of $3,095 million. He will be a free agent in 2020.
As per Jamison Hensley of ESPN, the defensive tackle looked heavier than his listed weight of 340 pounds.
“He is not yet prepared for this exercise,” Harbaugh said. “Probably you could inform me.”
An undrafted free agent having signed in 2016, Pierce impressed with his first three seasons. As a rotational player, Pierce received the fifth-highest grade from Pro Football Focus for an internal defender and was the fourth-best against the run.
If this week he doesn’t get on the practice field, the next opportunity is late July during the training camp.
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