Former Nebraska wide receiver Kenny Bell is back with an NFL team, signing with the Baltimore Ravens practice squad on Tuesday.
We have released TE Gabe Holmes from the practice squad and added WR Kenny Bell.
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) October 24, 2017
Bell is the all-time leading receiver in Husker history in both catches (181) and yards (2,689). He was drafted by Tampa Bay in 2015 and was on the Ravens practice squad last summer before being cut.
He tweeted his appreciation Tuesday morning.
Unbelievably thankful. The journey continues. #BackAtItAgain
— Kenny Bell (@AFRO_THUNDER80) October 24, 2017
Bell played four years with the Huskers, catching over 32 passes in each season and finishing with 21 total touchdowns. He was also a team captain in 2014.
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