On Tuesday, the Baltimore Ravens brought their roster down to 80 men by releasing the former Navy linebacker who was on the team. This season, Fagot was a rookie who went undrafted, and the Ravens decided to cut him along with four other players.
The Ravens played two preseason games, and Fagot participated in each of them. He recorded a total of five solo tackles for the team.
After having a successful collegiate career at Annapolis, Fagot became the most recent Navy graduate to receive an opportunity to play professional football. Fagot is a 6-foot-3 native of Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
During his career at Navy, Fagot played in 42 games and picked up 282 tackles. He was named to the All-AAC team three times.
During the Army-Navy game from the previous year, he also had one remarkable four-yard rushing attempt in addition to his 9.5 sacks, two interceptions, and six forced fumbles.
In the spring of 2016, the Department of Defense gave Fagot and three other Navy graduates the go-ahead to pursue careers in professional sports. It is possible that Fagot will be picked up by another team as the number of players injured in the NFL preseason continues to rise.
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