Daryl Worley, a veteran cornerback starting his sixth NFL season with the Ravens, was released Tuesday.
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He also removed the wider receiver Corn Pork from the practice team and added the guard Zack Johnson to the practice watch.
Worley accumulated five tackles in his only game after joining the Detroit Lions of Baltimore last season.
In the Ravens' second week defeat to the Miami Dolphins this season, he has only played nine snaps on the pitch (four defensively and five in special teams).
In 2016 and 2017, the former third-round roster played 31 games for the Carolina Panthers and started 15 games with the Raiders in 2019. Over the course of his first four seasons, he scored all five of his career interceptions.
On Tuesday, Baltimore has added an additional change to the training team. Corner back T.J. Kelly and Elemiah Acho's attack lines have been added to zero due to injury.
On Monday, the Ravens added Jason Pierre-Paul to their active roster.