The Ravens signed veteran CB Travis Fisher on Monday. Fisher, who played for Seattle last season, participated in the club's latest minicamp in May.
Fisher, 30, has 74 career starts in eight NFL seasons. He will compete for a reserve role with the Ravens, who were looking to bolster their CB depth with CBs Fabian Washington and Lardarius Webb coming off season-ending knee injuries.
Fisher played in four games for Seattle last season. He previously played for Detroit (2002-06) and St. Louis (2007-08).
The Ravens also signed undrafted free-agent S Brad Jones, who played collegiately at Cincinnati.
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