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Ravens add Terrance West to practice squad

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Terrance West is coming home to Baltimore.

The former Towson University backfield star was picked up Tuesday by the Ravens and added to their practice squad, the team announced.

Every game, all season

Far from a conquering hero, West is looking to salvage his NFL career after the Browns traded him ahead of the opener to Tennessee. The Titans gave him just 16 carries on the year before waiving him on Saturday.

"From pop warner to high school to college and now the pro's," West wrote on his Instagram account. "God took me around the world to bang me up so I could appreciate it more being home. Ima give you guys my all. I love my city. Dreams into reality!! Locked in and focus. #BlessedToBeA #RAVEN"

The Ravens showed interest in West during the 2014 NFL Draft before watching the Browns trade up to grab him in the third round. Amid whispers that he was a locker-room headache, West managed 673 yards at 3.9 yards per tote last season in Cleveland.

In Baltimore, he'll add depth behind Justin Forsett, Buck Allen and Raheem Mostert. His chances of overtaking that trio, though, are slim.

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