As veterans reported for camp on Wednesday the Baltimore Ravens were busy adding to their roster.
The team signed veteran linebackers Ricky Brown and Darryl Blackstock and guard Cordaro Howard.
Brown, 28 last played for the Oakland Raiders. The 6-foot-2 and 235 pound linebacker spent five seasons with Oakland, before joining the New England Patriots in 2011. Brown was released during the preseason and rejoined the Raiders however only played in three games after suffering a concussion.
Blackstock, was a third-round draft pick of the Arizona Cardinals in 2005. The linebacker out of Virginia has played in 74 games, seven of them starts, in five NFL seasons with three teams — the Cardinals, Cincinnati Bengals and Raiders.
Guard Cordaro Howard who played 10 games, four of them starts, for the Buffalo Bills in 2010. He spent the entire 2011 season injured reserve.
The three signings bring the Ravens roster up to 90 players in time for their first team practice which is schedule for Thursday.