The Baltimore Ravens have sign third-round pick Terrence Brooks to a four-year deal and made some cuts today. Brooks is the last Ravens draft pick to sign. Brooks missed the Ravens rookie mini camp because he had a child.
The Ravens are beginning OTA’s and have made a few cuts.
Here is the Ravens press release.
RAVENS ROSTER MOVES
The Baltimore Ravens have signed third-round draft pickS Terrence Books, general manager and executive vice president Ozzie Newsome announced Friday afternoon. All nine of the Ravens’ 2014 draft choices are now under contract.
Selected 79th overall from Florida State, Brooks was a first-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection by the league’s coaches during his 2013 senior campaign. The 5-11, 200-pounder helped lead a Seminoles’ unit that boasted the nation’s top-ranked pass defense (156.6 ypg), en route to FSU winning the BCS National Championship last season.
During his four-year collegiate career, Brooks totaled 127 tackles (89 solo), one sack (-13 yards), 15 passes defensed, five interceptions (28 return yards), three forced fumbles and one fumble recovery. He saw action in 48 career games at Florida State, producing 13 starts at strong safety in 2013 and 14 starts at free safety in 2012.
The Ravens also announced Friday that they waived first-year QB Nick Stephens and signed rookie free agent OLB D.J. Roberts. Roberts is a 6-1, 252-pounder from Tennessee-Martin who played in 45 career games, posting 174 tackles (90 solo), including 39.5 stops for loss, 12.5 sacks (-65 yards) and two forced fumbles.