Ravens DT Michael Pierce pulled from practice

Baltimore Ravens defensive tackle Michael Pierce was delivered off the practice area on the first day of mandatory minicamp.
The 26-year-old lineman has been removed from the field for lack of condition. Coach John Harbaugh spoke with Pierce following the stretching part of practice, and the defensive tackle left the field.
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“He is not ready to practice from a security perspective and for his health,” Harbaugh said, through ESPN. “We recognize that and pulled him off.”
Pierce, a restricted free agent, did not attend past voluntary offseason workouts. He’s set to earn a non-guaranteed base wages of $3.095 million in 2019. He’ll be a free agent in 2020.
According to ESPN’s Jamison Hensley, the defensive tackle looked heavier than his listed playing weight of 340 lbs.
“He is not ready for this clinic nonetheless,” Harbaugh said. “I believe that you could probably tell.”
An undrafted free agent signing in 2016, Pierce impressed his first three seasons. As a rotational player, Pierce made the fifth-highest grade for an interior defender from Pro Football Emphasis and has been the fourth-best against the run.
If he doesn’t get on the practice field this week, another chance is during training camp in late July.

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