Ravens Sign Former Bills 2nd Round Pick Amid Injuries To Secondary

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The Baltimore Ravens have taken decisive action in response to a setback in their cornerback lineup.

The team’s move follows the news that star cornerback Marlon Humphrey is poised to be sidelined for approximately a month due to a foot injury, leaving a void in their defensive roster.

According to NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport. the Ravens have secured the services of free-agent cornerback Ronald Darby on a one-year contract, with the deal potentially amounting to $3.2 million,

At 29 years old, Darby brings a wealth of experience to the Ravens.

He first entered the league as a second-round pick for the Buffalo Bills and has since made his mark with stints on the Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Commanders, and Denver Broncos.

Throughout his career, Darby has demonstrated his solid ability with a total of eight interceptions and an impressive 90 passes defended.

While Humphrey’s absence is expected to extend into the regular season, the addition of Ronald Darby provides the team with a seasoned cornerback who can contribute effectively to their defensive efforts.