- According to Wilson, Vaughn receives a one-year deal deal worth up to $825,000.
- The contract includes a $745,000 salary, a $50,000 roster bonus, and $30,000 in playtime bonus money if end plays 37 percent of the Ravens’ defensive snaps.
Baltimore has been focused on adding depth at cornerback this offseason. Vaughn will be 11th cornerback in Ravens’ camp, barring someone getting released to make room for him.
Vaughn, 27, originally signed on with the Broncos as an undrafted free agent out of Mississippi back in 2010. He spent two years in Denver before later being traded to the Colts in return for Chris Gronkowski.
Vaughn played two seasons for the Colts before later joining the Lions as an unrestricted free agent in April of last year.
In 2014, Vaughn appeared in 13 games for the Lions and totaled 19 tackles, two interceptions, a fumble recovery, and five passes defenses.