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Ravens Re-Sign Safety Brynden Trawick

Posted Mar 19, 2014

Second-year safety Brynden Trawick showed his strength on special teams.


The Ravens have officially inked exclusive rights free agent safety Brynden Trawick.

Per exclusive rights free agent rules, Trawick, 24, had no other option but to re-sign with Baltimore if he wanted to continue in the NFL.

Last season, Trawick and wide receiver Marlon Brown were the only undrafted rookies to make the 53-man roster out of training camp. Trawick was kept mainly for his special teams potential. The Troy product is a fast, physical and big 6-foot-2, 215-pound free safety.

Trawick’s biggest mistake in his rookie season was crashing into punt returner Jacoby Jones in Week 1 in Denver, injuring Jones’ knee. Trawick lost awareness when looking at the man he was blocking.

The Ravens released Trawick after three games and re-signed him to their practice squad. They promoted him back to the 53-man roster on Oct. 30.

Trawick played in five of the final nine regular-season games and finished the year with eight special teams tackles, tied for the fourth most on the team. He’ll likely again battle for a spot on the team via special teams and as a defensive reserve.

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