Daily Caw: Ravens Interested in Free Agent Cornerback Tarell Brown


November 9, 2014; Oakland, CA, USA; Oakland Raiders cornerback Tarell Brown (23) tackles Denver Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (10) during the second quarter at O.co Coliseum. The Broncos defeated the Raiders 41-17. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Welcome to the Daily Caw, where we round up all the latest Baltimore Ravens news from around the web.  Turns out the Ravens may not be done adding depth in their secondary, as NFL sources have said that the team is showing interest in free agent cornerback Tarell Brown.  We also take a look at what the Ravens are doing to cut down on drops, and power rank the current roster.

Ravens have shown interest in free agent cornerback Tarell Brown – Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun

"The Ravens have shown interest in veteran cornerback Tarell Brown, but no deal is imminent, according to NFL sources.Brown has met with the New England Patriots this spring.The Ravens don’t necessarily need to sign Brown, considering the return of starters Jimmy Smith and Lardarius Webb, but they learned last year how injuries can ravage the position."

Ravens receivers coach Bobby Engram working to cut down on dropsAaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun

"First-round draft pick Breshad Perriman gained the most attention for drops, but wasn’t alone in failing to secure accurate throws as sixth-round pick Darren Waller and undrafted free agents DeAndre Carter and Daniel Brown both displayed inconsistent hands.In the case of Perriman, most of his drops fell into the concentration-lapse category. He didn’t dwell on his mistakes and would come back and catch more passes going forward."

Power ranking Ravens rosterKyle Casey, Russell Street Report

"Right now, the Ravens are in a better position, roster wise, than in January. Not only a healthier squad, this current Ravens unit is more well-rounded and arguably more talented than the team that took the field against the New England Patriots.The team has a favorable situation from top to bottom, and surely will be in the postseason discussion come December.But which aspects of the roster are the strongest and weakest? To figure that out, why not rank each positional unit?"

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