The Ravens will welcome one safety in with another heading out.
The organization put a claim in for former Bengals safety Jeromy Miles and was awarded his services on Monday, according to the Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson. The corresponding roster move was to release safety Brynden Trawick.
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>Ravens cut rookie safety Brydnen Trawick, according to a source, to make room for new safety Jeromy Miles</p>— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) <a href="https://twitter.com/RavensInsider/statuses/382264649879527425">September 23, 2013</a></blockquote>
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Miles has 49 career tackles with his fourth NFL season under way. He spent his previous three years with Cincinnati. This could be a special teams move, given that was Trawick's role as well.
Trawick was a surprise pick for the 53-man roster but added on due to his ability to cover kicks. However, in his first game against Denver, Trawick lost track of where he was on the field and accidentally ran into teammate Jacoby Jones, who then sprained his MCL and has been forced to miss the last two games.
Trawick was also called for a penalty on a special teams play this past Sunday against Houston.