The Baltimore Ravens announced Tuesday that they’ve waived CB Cassius Vaughn and added two tight ends to their active roster.
Vaughn, 28, 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. The Ravens wound up signing him to a contract shortly after this year’s draft, but he’s been on and off of their active roster ever since.
This season, Vaughn has been active for one game, but has yet to record a single statistic.
Gordon, 28, was taken in the sixth round of the 2011 NFL Draft by the Raiders. He spent two years with Oakland before he was waived and later caught on with the Steelers.
The Chiefs re-signed him as an unrestricted free agent in March before later releasing him from injured reserve with a settlement. Gordon signed with the Broncos a few weeks ago, but was released last week.
This season, Gordon appeared in one game, but hasn’t recorded a single statistic.