The Ravens have re-signed CB Davontae Harris after releasing him a few weeks ago.
As Davontae Harris indicated below, Ravens are re-signing the cornerback who they let go about three weeks ago in procedural move. That was their intention all along. https://t.co/7d0WYZRUqO— Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiec) February 4, 2021
Drafted in the fifth round by the Bengals in 2018, Harris spent most of last season with the Broncos before being released and claimed off waivers by Baltimore. Harris made his debut for the Ravens in Week 12 against the Steelers.
He played in four games for Baltimore before suffering a season-ending thigh injury, causing him to miss the final two weeks of the regular season as well as both post-season games. In his four games with the Ravens, Harris notched 10 total tackles, one pass defense, and a forced fumble.
Baltimore waived Harris alongside QB Robert Griffin III, CB Tramon Williams, and WR De’Anthony Thomas following a 17-3 loss to the Bills. Harris hinted on social media that he would be back with the team, however.
They had to per league rules! Don’t be surprised to see me again https://t.co/0IpucSKT3z— Davontae Harris (@wichkid) January 19, 2021
Harris will compete to make a loaded cornerback room in 2021 that includes Marlon Humphrey, Marcus Peters, Jimmy Smith, Tavon Young, Anthony Averett, Iman Marshall, Khalil Dorsey, and Chris Westry. Harris has experience on special teams, which could give him the edge over some of the other guys listed.