Ravens Make Two Roster Moves Before Facing Bengals


The Ravens made two roster moves ahead of Sunday night's game against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Baltimore signed cornerback Daryl Worley to the 53-man roster from the practice squad and elevated outside linebacker Brandon Copeland.

Worley played five snaps on special teams against the Dolphins in Week 2 and can also fortify Baltimore's depth at cornerback. Starting cornerback Marcus Peters is questionable to play, dealing with a quad issue that left him limited in Thursday's practice and sidelined Friday.

Copeland signed with the Ravens last month and registered a sack and three tackles in two games. The Sykesville native played 39% of the defensive snaps Week 3 against New England and 11% of the defensive snaps Week 4 against the Bills. Copeland could see action backing up Odafe Oweh and Jason Pierre-Paul, with veteran outside linebacker Justin Houston (groin) ruled out for the second straight game.

Related Content