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03/18/14 - WR Tandon Doss was signed by the Jaguars. Doss became a free agent when the Ravens did not tender him as a restricted free agent.
"The coaching staff got me," Doss said. "It seems like a great group of guys to be around. They push for excellence and will allow me to compete for a spot."
The 24-year-old Doss, originally a fourth-round selection in the 2011 NFL Draft from Indiana, had 26 receptions for 428 yards and a touchdown in three NFL seasons with the Ravens. He caught a career-high 19 passes for 305 yards last season.
Doss (6-foot-2, 207 pounds), also has returned 27 punts in the NFL for a 15.3-yard average. He had an 82-yard punt return for a touchdown against the Houston Texans in Week 3 last season.
09/24/13 - PR Tandon Doss had an 82-yard punt return for a touchdown, fifth-longest in team history.
09/12/13 - WR Tandon Doss was signed by the Ravens Monday.
08/31/13 - WR Tandon Doss was released Saturday by the Baltimore Ravens, according to ProFootballTalk.com. A 2011 fourth-round pick, Doss never quite lived up to Ravens' expectations.
Doss appeared in 18 games (including playoffs) last season, making just seven catches for 123 yards. During this year's four preseason games, he did not make any receptions.
The team reached the 53-man regular season roster limit by also releasing safety Omar Brown, tight end Matt Furstenburg, defensive tackle Cody Larsen, guard Antoine McClain, running back Bobby Rainey, tackle J.J. Unga and tight end Billy Bajema.
08/18/13 - WR Tandon Doss is battling to remain relevant in the Ravens' wide receiver conversation.
Doss set aside the frustration of a reception nullified by offsetting penalties and a lost fumble that was ultimately ruled a dropped pass.
During the Ravens' 27-23 win over the Atlanta Falcons on Thursday night at M&T Bank Stadium, Doss' first reception of the preseason translated into a five-yard touchdown catch late in the fourth quarter on a pass from backup quarterback Tyrod Taylor.
Doss is competing for the second or third receiver position, but was shut out in the Ravens' preseason opener as he had a dropped pass on an accurate Joe Flacco throw.
"It felt great," Doss said. "I'm used to catching passes from Joe and Tyrod. I felt my timing was good from Joe and from Tyrod, and it felt good to make a big play. I feel comfortable with Joe, but he hasn't been able to hit me yet, and he hasn't looked my way yet. Once we get that going, we should be good."
Harbaugh was encouraged by Doss' progress.
"It's good to see Tandon make a play like that," Ravens coach John Harbaugh said. "That was really, really great to see. Consistency is important, too. You've got to stack good plays. We'll have to go back and look at that and just see for every guy how that plays out. You really need to watch the tape."