The NFL has announced its roster of 32 players who will be released from the league’s 35-man roster on Monday, but there are still a few surprises that remain.
One of those is wide receiver Brandon LaFell, who will likely be released after the season.
LaFelle was released from his contract by the Cleveland Browns in October.
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The Ravens are expected to release LaFells brother and tight end Jimmy in a deal.
There are still some teams that are willing to take a flier on LaFelle, like the New Orleans Saints, Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins.
The Eagles are one of those teams, as LaFrellle has been linked to the team since the 2016 NFL draft.
LaFlellle was drafted in the fourth round by the Baltimore Ravens in 2018.
LaFell has been one of the league leaders in catches this season.
He is second in the league in receptions with 11.5, according to ESPN Stats & Info.
His career average of 21.8 catches per season is a career high.