3 free agent CBs the Ravens could sign after Marlon Humphrey's injury

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2. Troy Hill (31 years old, Los Angeles)

Troy Hill might be the only top-tier cornerback still available in the market along with Ronald Darby. That is when you factor in his most-recent role and availability at the start of next season.

Hill is coming off a season with the Rams in 2022 when he appeared in 12 games getting 67 tackles to go with an interception and four defended passes. Hill joined the Rams via trade in last year's draft, when the Browns valued him at the price of a fifth-round pick in the 2023 draft.

The veteran cornerback visited the Las Vegas Raiders at the end of July, as reported per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.

After going undrafted in 2015, Hill started his career in Cincinnati as an UDFA of the Bengals. He didn't make the roster of Cincy as a rookie but he was good enough to earn a place in the practice squad of the Bengals. He moved to New England that same year, then signed with the Rams later.

Hill got his first huge check in 2019 when the Rams signed him to a two-year, $8.25 million deal. After that, he signed a hefty $24 million contract with the Browns in the spring of 2021, only to get traded to his former team ahead of last season.

The problem with adding Hill might be his contractual demands, which might be a little bit off the Ravens current cap room or willingness to spend big-time money in someone that maybe only plays a stopgap role while Humphrey rehabs.