Vogel agreed to terms on a contract with the Ravens on Thursday, Clifton Brown of the team's official site reports.
Vogel spent last offseason competing for Denver's punting gig and he now becomes Baltimore's second option behind Sam Koch. It's notable that the Ravens list Vogel as a kicker upon signing, a hint that he could spend the offseason handling reps behind Justin Tucker.
Vogel was waived by the Broncos on Saturday, Mike Klis of 9News.com reports.
Vogel's release signals favoritism in the direction of Colby Wadman for the starting punter job in Denver. Moving on from Vogel, the Broncos were able to sign tight end Moral Stephens to the 90-man roster.
Vogel agreed to a deal with the Broncos on Tuesday, Aric DiLalla of the team's official website reports.
Vogel joins Colby Wadman as the second punter on the team's roster, which signals a competition is brewing. Wadman figures to be the favorite, as he punted in 12 games for the Broncos during his rookie campaign in 2018. However, Vogel's presence indicates Denver does not want him getting complacent, so the journeyman punter could potentially get an opportunity to make an impression.
Vogel was waived by San Francisco on Monday, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Vogel signed a one-year deal with the 49ers in March, but his departure comes as little surprise after the team drafted Mitch Wishnowsky in the fourth round Saturday. The 25-year-old remained a free agent last season after averaging 44.4 yards on 71 punt attempts with the Packers in 2017.
Vogel signed a one-year contract with the 49ers on Tuesday.
Vogel spent his rookie season in 2017 with the Packers but was ultimately not brought back. He played in all 16 games for the team, while averaging 44.4 yards per punt on 71 attempts. He was unable to find a team in 2018 but will now have an opportunity to earn the punting job in San Francisco.
The Browns claimed Vogel off waivers Monday, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports.
Vogel's rookie season with the Packers was solid, as he finished the campaign averaging 44.4 yards per punt. However, Green Bay opted to select a punter in the 2018 draft, which led him to request his release. He'll now head to Cleveland after being claimed Monday and will have to battle Britton Colquitt for rights to the starting punter job.
Vogel was waived by the Packers on Friday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Vogel is coming off a stellar 2017 season with the Packers where he set the franchise record for net punting average. However, Green Bay elected to draft JK Scott -- who was widely considered the best punter in his class -- in the fifth round of this year's draft, which made Vogel expendable. Vogel will now be subject to the league's waiver system, and it wouldn't be surprising if he's ultimately claimed by another organization.