The Ravens reportedly added depth at safety and took a player away from the Cincinnati Bengals Monday.
Baltimore claimed safety Jeromy Miles, who the Bengals released for the second time this season, according to Bengals.com.
Miles is reportedly dealing with a hamstring injury that has caused him to bounce up and down from the Bengals' active roster as they have shuffled to have enough healthy special teams players for gameday.
Miles, 26, is a former undrafted free agent out of Massachusetts, the same school as starting safety James Ihedigbo. Miles is in his fourth season, and played in all 16 games for the Bengals the past two years. Miles logged 28 tackles and had one start last season.
The Bengals waived Miles hours before their Week 2 game against the Steelers, then brought him back after he cleared waivers. They waived him again Saturday, a day before facing the Packers. This time, the Ravens pounced.
The Ravens reportedly cut rookie free agent safety , according to The Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson. Trawick is the undrafted rookie who ran into Jacoby Jones in Week 1, causing a sprained knee.