Terrell Bonds, a 23-year-old cornerback who was one of the Ravens final cuts earlier this month, has been signed to the practice squad. Running back Mark Thompson, who spent the preseason with the Ravens in 2018, has also been signed to the practice squad.
An undrafted rookie from Tennessee State in 2018, Bonds spent one season playing in the defunct Alliance of American Football. Bonds enjoyed some impressive moments at cornerback during minicamp and had three tackles during the preseason. The Ravens have suffered injuries at cornerback recently, losing Tavon Young (neck) for the season, while Jimmy Smith will miss multiple weeks after a knee injury suffered Sunday against the Miami Dolphins.
Thompson was an undrafted rookie from Florida in 2018 who signed with the Ravens as a free agent. After failing to make the 53-man roster, Thompson spent time last season with the Ravens and New York Jets practice squads.
To make room for Bonds and Thompson, rookie wide receiver Sean Modster and linebacker Donald Payne were released from the practice squad, while linebacker Alvin Jones was waived.