It went under the radar last week, but strong safety Jeromy Miles re-signed with the Ravens, terms undisclosed, but probably 1 year at the league veteran minimum with not a whole lot of guaranteed money. And yet Miles represents what could turn out to be the Ravens' best bet as they shop for depth at the safety position.
Miles is 6-2, 215, and was claimed off waivers last...
After day three went by with the Ravens only bringing back special teamer/safety Jeromy Miles, day four brought a lot more excitement. The Ravens were a busy team today, and set themselves up nicely for the rest of the offseason.
- The first big news of the day came when Adam Schefter announced that the Ravens agreed to a deal with ILB Daryl Smith. Smith was the leading tacklerā...
Day three of free agency was a bit quieter than Tuesday and Wednesday; hereās your nightly update on the Baltimore Ravens:
- The Baltimore Ravens was able to resign Jeromy Miles. Miles was a member of the Ravens last year after they picked him up after Cincinnati cut him. Miles mostly is a special-teamer but he also has the capabilities to play safety; a position he may see...
Aaron Wilson reports that the Ravens have signed S Jeromy Miles to a one-year deal.
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Here is a list of 2014 Ravens free agents
TE Dallas Clark
NT Terrence Cody
TE Ed Dickson
CB Corey Graham
SS James Ihedigbo
DT Arthur Jones
WR Jacoby Jones
SS Jeromy Miles
LT Eugene Monroe
RT Michael Oher
TE Dennis Pitta
RB Bernard Scott
MLB Daryl Smith
WR Tandon Doss
The Baltimore Ravens have claimed safety Jeromy Miles off of waivers from the Cincinnati Bengals. Miles, who is 26-years-old, should see most of his playing time on special teams.
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CINCINNATI Every day there are 90 men trying to make their case they belong on the Bengals roster. By Aug. 27, that number will be down to 75. It has to be down to 53 players by 6 p.m. on Aug. 31.
Between now and then the Bengals have three more preseason games and three weeks worth of practices to figure out which players stay and which have to go. The same scenario is playing...
The Bengals bolstered their defensive secondary for their next game against the Green Bay Packers, signing free-agent cornerback Curtis Marsh on Wednesday.
They placed defensive end Robert Geathers on injured reserve with an elbow injury suffered during a 20-10 win over Pittsburgh on Monday night.
The Bengals also re-signed safety Jeromy Miles, whom they waived on Monday. Miles...
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July 25, 2013