The Ravens drafted Terrence Brooks in 2014 to add depth to the secondary. He appeared in 23 games in two seasons for the Ravens, but injuries and inconsistencies held him back. Brooks suffered a major knee injury late into his rookie year. The injury set him back and he was never able to fully develop as a key defensive player for the Ravens.
Shortly before the beginning of the 2016 season, the Ravens cut Brooks. The addition of Eric Weddle was a sign that the Ravens had moved on. Brooks was eventually claimed off of waivers by the Philadelphia Eagles.
Brooks is the cheapest out of the three players that are featured, but money is money. The Ravens will be paying him $151,594 for the upcoming season. This money is what is left of his rookie contract that he signed back in 2014.