The head coach said the former Ravens receiver can still play at the highest level and could be a good fit with the Ravens in 2017 if certain factors fall into place.
As the front office looks to restock quarterback Joe Flacco’s targets, it wouldn’t be a bad thing to bring in a high-strung, trash-talking playmaker who demands the ball.
The defensive end/linebacker comes from a long line of productive Missouri pass rushers. He’s explosive off the snap, has a big frame and shows good pursuit. The biggest question is how he handles the run.
Head Coach John Harbaugh said he feels like the Ravens can line up right now with a secondary full of very good football players. But, he added, Baltimore isn’t done. The Ravens could still draft a cornerback in the early rounds.
After leading the Ravens in receiving in 2015 with 944 yards and five touchdowns, Kamar Aiken dropped to 328 yards and one score last season. Now he’ll battle for targets in Indianapolis. Aiken’s signing could give the Ravens a compensatory pick.
Brandon Carr has never missed an NFL game, and his 144 consecutive starts rank as the league’s longest active streak among cornerbacks. The Ravens also feel he fits what they do very well.
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The Ravens have continued to upgrade the secondary by signing the former Cowboys cornerback.
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