The Baltimore Ravens dealt with a plethora of injuries during the 2021 season, especially at the cornerback position. With the injuries that ravaged the defensive backfield this past year, the team made an early signing in the 2022 offseason to add depth at the position.
On Monday, Baltimore announced they re-signed cornerback Kevon Seymour, who was set to become a free agent this offseason.
We have re-signed CB Kevon Seymour for the 2022 season.https://t.co/8wvWb1iJS7
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) January 17, 2022
Seymour, 28, has played in four seasons since entering the league in 2016. He has played in Buffalo during 2016 and with the Panthers for multiple years before joining the Philadelphia Eagles in 2020. Seymour was then signed to the Ravens’ practice squad in September of 2021 and elevated to the 53-man roster in November.
Through nine games played in Baltimore, Seymour started in two of them, notching 25 combined tackles one sack, and one pass defended.