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The Ravens added two linemen on Saturday, signing offensive tackle Alex Solot and defensive tackle Lamar Divens.
Divens, a three-year veteran, was released earlier Saturday morning, while Solot is an undrafted rookie free agent who previously had a tryout with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Divens, 6-foot-3, 343 pounds, played in two games last year for the Ravens. He was inactive for all other contests.
Solot, a product of the University of Texas-El Paso, is listed at 6-foot-8, 316 pounds. The former Miner was one of two UTEP offensive linemen to start every game of the 2010 season after injuries plagued the unit. Solot will give the Ravens depth at right tackle.