17. Cornerback - Kevon Seymour
The Ravens have made another cut in their secondary by releasing vested veteran Kevon Seymour, according to Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic.
Seymour, a former sixth-round pick from the 2016 NFL draft, has been in the NFL since then but he's only played 939 snaps in his career. He played for the Buffalo Bills in 2016 and the Carolina Panthers in 2017, but an injury ended his season early in 2018.
He returned to the Philadelphia Eagles practice squad in 2020 and was signed by the Baltimore Ravens in 2021. He played 247 snaps in 2021, earning a chance to make the roster again. However, he has only played 159 and 293 snaps on special teams over the last two years, making him hard to justify for the Ravens to include in the 53-man roster
Seymour could work into the slot role, but his experience is limited, and he was not a top option.