Cut By Cowboys, LB Hamilton Joins Ravens Practice Squad

One of the most intriguing developmental prospects of the Cowboys' training camp has moved on to a new team after being cut on Friday.

Linebacker Adrian Hamilton, who had 20.5 sacks at Prairie View A&M in 2011, joined the Baltimore practice squad on Saturday, according to Ravens insider Aaron Wilson. The Cowboys did not attempt to sign Hamilton to their own eight-man practice roster, instead keeping only one linebacker, Orie Lemon. He had been on the Cowboys practice squad throughout 2011.

Hamilton had one sack for the Cowboys this preseason, also forcing a fumble against St. Louis.

He came up short in a battle for a 53-man roster spot. The Cowboys kept five outside linebackers, DeMarcus Ware, Anthony Spencer, Victor Butler, fourth-round pick Kyle Wilber and second-year pro Alex Albright, who can also play inside.

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