Ever since he was named as a healthy scratch by head coach John Harbaugh, Justin Forsett's future was in doubt.
That was confirmed today as it was revealed that the Baltimore Ravens had released their veteran running back.
The news was first broken by Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun, who reported that Forsett had been informed of the team's decision to let him go earlier today.
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Forsett took to Twitter after the news broke. "Baltimore will always have a special place in my heart. Love y'all & thank u for the amazing support over the years," he said.
The Ravens previously released Forsett in early September before re-signing him two days later with a reworked contract.
Forsett failed to make much of an impact after getting a second chance with the team. He racked up just 98 yards on 31 carries (3.2 yards per carry) through the first three games.
Terrance West will now take over as the full-time starter in Baltimore, with Buck Allen and rookie Kenneth Dixon undoubtedly pushing him all the way.
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