According to Terrell Bonds’ trainer, Bonds will be called up from the Ravens practice squad to the active roster against the Kansas City Chiefs this Monday.
Former Tiger Terrell Bonds Signs With Baltimore Ravenshttps://t.co/T6y7zanE8P#BigBlueRising pic.twitter.com/4CqP9bh6LR— TSU Athletics (@TSU_Tigers) May 10, 2019
Bonds was a former AAF standout with the Memphis Express, was invited to camp by the Ravens in May of 2019 after the AAF folded. He was retained to the Ravens practice squad at the conclusion of training camp in 2019, and repeated that status in 2020.
Former AAF Memphis Express CB Terrell Bonds is expected to sign with the #Ravens today, source said. Bonds, who played at Tennessee State, just needs to pass his physical for it to be official.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) May 6, 2019
Bonds is listed as 5-foot-8, 182 pounds on the Ravens website. He played college football for the Tennessee State Tigers, where fellow Ravens DB Anthony Levine also attended.
Great defensive play by #Central HS (FL), #TennesseeState #Tigers alum & #Memphis #Express DB Terrell Bonds (@TButta_5) vs the #Birmingham #Iron @TSU_Tigers @tsu_football pic.twitter.com/dSyWPZiWW9— IG: @SleeperAthletes (@SleeperAth1etes) February 10, 2019
Bonds figures to see the field on special teams, while he could see the field defensively on passing downs. Teammate Marlon Humphrey posted to his Instagram story in excitement for Bonds ahead of his first regular season action.
Have a slight hunch Terrell Bonds gets the nod Monday in lieu of T. Young’s roster spot.— Spencer N. Schultz (@ravens4dummies) September 26, 2020
Wishing Tavon a speedy and full recovery. pic.twitter.com/4bOh5nCnaI