Today, the Paul Kruger experiment in Cleveland ended, according to Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com. Kruger was cut along with quarterback Austin Davis, kicker Travis Coons, and tight end Emmanuel Bibbs.
Now, this move saves Cleveland lots of money in cap space. They saved almost $15 mil. Kruger will not have to go through waivers, which is good for him, as he can catch on with any team quickly, but even better for teams, as they do not have to pay the remaining of his salary.
Next, I can see a possible reunion between the Baltimore Ravens and Paul Kruger. The pass rushing specialist played in Baltimore under Harbaugh from 2009 to 2012. Between those four seasons in the state of Maryland, he recorded 15.5 sacks, which his last year in Baltimore was when he notched 9.5 sacks and a Super Bowl ring. In addition, in Cleveland he tallied up 18 sacks, which was in only three seasons.
Finally, I can see a reunion, as the Ravens did not want Kruger to leave after their Super Bowl victory against the San Francisco 49ers. Also, the depth behind Terrell Suggs and Elvis Dumervil is a little bit more on the weaker side.