Ravens Sign Cornerback Al-Hajj Shabazz

Ravens Sign Two New Cornerbacks, Release Kyle Arrington

While Brandon Boykin hasn't played in an National Football League game since the 2015 season, the former Georgia cornerback and return specialist has earned another shot at making a team's roster for the upcoming season.

The move comes four days after Baltimore lost starting cornerback Tavon Young to a season-ending torn ACL.

Boykin, who was originally drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the fourth round of the 2012 NFL Draft out of Georgia, was traded to the Steelers in exchange for a 2016 draft pick on August 1, 2015.

Boykin spent time with the Carolina Panthers and Chicago Bears in 2016, but hasn't appeared in a regular-season game since 2015.

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Boykin's best year was 2013, when he intercepted six passes, made 42 tackles and forced tw fumbles. Arrington played primarily in the slot for Baltimore. After struggling with injuries for over a year, the cornerback reached an agreement to sign with the Ravens, per a team announcement.

According to Spotrac, the move will free $2.1 million in cap room for the Ravens, doubling what the Ravens before Arrington's release. He was released with a failed physical designation. In seven games for the Steelers he recorded one tackle.

Before signing Boykin and Shabazz to ease Young's departure, coach John Harbaugh has praised the group's depth and experience during offseason training activities.