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Ravens Tried Out Veteran CB Tony Carter

According to Aaron Wilson of the National Football Post, the Baltimore Ravens brought in free agent CB Tony Carter for a tryout this week.

Wilson notes that the Ravens have had interest in Carter for sometime, but he was previous playing for the Broncos.

The Ravens have clearly been in the market for cornerback help, and completed a trade with the Dolphins for CB Will Davis earlier in the week, which may explain why Carter wasn’t signed to a contract.

Carter, 28, signed on with the Broncos as an undrafted free agent out Florida State of back in 2009. He briefly played for the Patriots and Vikings before rejoining the Broncos in 2011 when he signed to their practice squad.

However, he was unfortunately among the team’s final roster cuts a few weeks back.

In 2014, Carter appeared in eight games, recording five total tackles, one pass defense, and one fumble recovery that he returned for a touchdown. Pro Football Focus has Carter down for playing just 87 total snaps last year.