Brynden Trawick has made another return to the Ravens.
After being released Saturday when the roster was trimmed to 53 players, Trawick has re-signed with Baltimore. He replaces rookie cornerback Iman Marshall, who was placed on the injured reserve list.
Marshall, a fourth-round pick from USC, missed most of the preseason. But since he was on the initial 53-man roster, he will be eligible to return Week 9.
Trawick, a 29-year-old defensive back, is valued for his special teams ability and will likely see action in that capacity in the Sept. 8 regular-season opener against the Miami Dolphins. He made the Ravens as an undrafted free agent from Troy in 2013 and spent his first three NFL seasons in Baltimore.
In 2016, Trawick signed with the Oakland Raiders and led them with 14 special teams tackles. He went to the Tennessee Titans in 2017, leading them with a career-high 17 special teams tackles and making his first Pro Bowl. After playing for Tennessee in 2018, Trawick signed with the Ravens in August.