Ravens Sign Kavell Conner

The Ravens have signed free agent linebacker Kavell Conner to an undisclosed contract, thus bringing their roster to the 90-player maximum, writes Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk.

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Conner, 29, has previously seen NFL action with the Colts and Chargers. The former Clemson Tiger entered the league in 2010 as a seventh-round pick with Indianapolis and played there through 2014. Conner started in 36 of 52 appearances with the Colts and picked up 236 tackles, including a career-best 104 in 2011, and two forced fumbles. Conner then partook in 26 regular-season games and amassed 10 starts over the previous two seasons in San Diego, with which he compiled 70 tackles, two forced fumbles and a sack in 2014. The Chargers scaled back Conner’s role last season and then released him in March after a 10-game, 22-tackle showing.

An inside linebacker, Conner will now look to crack a Ravens team set to start C.J. Mosley and Zachary Orr in the middle. Baltimore also has Arthur Brown and Albert McLellan as depth, as seen on Roster Resource.

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