Tight end Waller reinstated after one-year suspension

Talented tight end reported to camp Monday and will have shot at final roster

Ravens tight end Darren Waller was reinstated by the NFL after a year-long suspension.

He reported to the team's training camp Monday after the league approved his application for reinstatement. To make room for Waller on the 90-man roster, the Ravens released undrafted rookie receiver Jaelon Acklin.

Waller was suspended last June for violating the league’s policy on performance-enhancing drugs. It was his second suspension for violating the policy since entering the league as a sixth-round pick in 2015.

Waller has played 18 games during his NFL career. He has 12 catches for 103 yards and two touchdowns.