Ravens sign former Jaguars guard

The Ravens added depth to their offensive line on Monday when they signed guard Will Rackley, who has 25 career NFL starts.

Rackley had been a free agent since March when the Jaguars cut the 2011 third-round draft pick. He started extensively at left guard as a rookie and last season. The 6-foot-3, 310-pounder missed the 2012 season after sustaining an ankle injury.

Rackley started all but one of the 26 games he played for the Jaguars.

The Ravens also signed running back Shaun Chapas and tight end Phillip Supernaw on Monday. Supernaw, who has spent time with the Houston Texans, participated in the Ravens’ rookie minicamp on a tryout basis.

The Ravens made room on their roster by releasing tight end Matt Furstenburg, defensive lineman Cody Larsen and outside linebacker D.J. Bryant.

Furstenberg, a Maryland product, and Larsen spent last season on the practice squad.

Bryant, a Baltimore native, had been with the Ravens since 2012 but he did not appear in a game. He spent last season on injured reserve after hurting his leg.