Ravens Sign Two New Cornerbacks, Release Kyle Arrington

Ravens Sign Two New Cornerbacks, Release Kyle Arrington

Ravens Sign Two New Cornerbacks, Release Kyle Arrington

The Baltimore Ravens signed Brandon Boykin and Al-Hajj Shabazz to contracts on Monday and parted ways with fellow cornerback Kyle Arrington.

Boykin, who spent the 2015 season with the Pittsburgh Steelers after they had traded for during training camp that year, is now presumably healed from the torn pectoral muscle that he suffered last year during training camp as a member of the Chicago Bears.

While Brandon Boykin hasn't played in an National Football League game since the 2015 season, the former Georgia cornerback and return specialist has earned another shot at making a team's roster for the upcoming season. He signed with the Carolina Panthers during free agency in 2016 but was cut about two months later and joined the Bears.

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Boykin has 131 tackles (116 solo), eight interceptions, including one returned for a touchdown, 37 passes defensed, two sacks, five forced fumbles and one fumble recovery. He missed the entire 2016 season because of a concussion and was entering the final year of a three-year contract with the Ravens.

A former Division II product, the 24-year-old Shabazz played eight games with the Steelers and Texans last season. He was released with a failed physical designation.

Arrington's release, meanwhile, ends his disappointing tenure in Baltimore and creates $2.1 million in salary cap space. The move added to the secondary's offseason overhaul.

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