NFL Rumors: Baltimore Ravens Meeting With Free Agent Cornerback

The Baltimore Ravens are looking to bolster their defense.

Rock Ya-Sin, a free-agent cornerback, is currently exploring his options in the NFL market.

After being drafted in the second round by the Indianapolis Colts in 2019, Ya-Sin played for the Las Vegas Raiders last season, starting in 9 out of 11 games before being placed on the injured reserve list due to a knee injury.

Despite the Raiders expressing interest in bringing him back, Ya-Sin is considering a change of team and has scheduled a meeting with the Baltimore Ravens.

The Ravens are in need of a No. 2 cornerback to play outside, and Ya-Sin's experience in that position could make him a valuable addition to the team.

However, the Ravens' current cap space of $7.86 million may be a limiting factor in any potential deal.

Many of the top cornerbacks on the market have already signed with other teams, but Ya-Sin is considered to be one of the better remaining options in free agency.

Signing the 26-year-old could help make up for the losses of Kyle Fuller and Marcus Peters in the cornerback position, providing the Ravens with a seasoned player to strengthen their defense.

Entering his fifth NFL season, Ya-Sin has recorded 183 total tackles, two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, two interceptions and 27 passes defended.

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