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Ravens, Justin Forsett have 'mutually parted ways,' whatever that means

“Mutually parted ways” is a phrase often heard in the NFL with coaches and general managers as a measure of professional respect. It’s not often associated with a player. But that’s exactly the phrasing used by the Baltimore Ravens and running back Justin Forsett, who was released by the club Tuesday morning. Basically, they tried to make it work and get back together, but it didn’t work out.
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