August 23, 2012; Baltimore, MD, USA; Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Tommy Streeter (11) catches a 33 yard touchdown pass against Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Antonio Dennard (16) at M

Baltimore Ravens release Tommy Streeter

Former Miami Hurricanes leading receiver Tommy Streeter had the size and raw potential to make it in the NFL, but despite looking like a No. 1 receiver he has been unable to put it all together after being taken in the sixth-round of the 2012 NFL Draft by the Baltimore Ravens.

Now, he is in the unemployment line.

Streeter is one of the cuts for the Ravens as they work their way down to a 75-man roster before Tuesday afternoon’s deadline. This is just the precursor to the final cut, which takes teams down to their 53-man rosters for the regular season.

At 6-foot-5, 215-pounds with blazing speed, the Ravens were hoping for a lot from Steeter, but it didn’t work out and he ends his brief tenure with the team with zero catches.

While Streeter is a casualty of the roster cuts, you would have to believe that a wide receiver needy team would give him a look and see if they can get him to play up to his potential.

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