Ravens waive CB Iman Marshall

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The Baltimore Ravens made sure to beef up their secondary in a big way during the 2022 offseason. They added safeties Marcus Williams and Kyle Hamilton as well as cornerbacks Kyle Fuller, Jalyn Armour-Davis and Pepe Williams, shuffling the personnel on the back half of their defense quite a bit.

With all of the depth that the team currently has, Baltimore can afford to move off of one or two players at the positions in favor of others if needed. On Saturday, the team announced that they cut a former fourth-round pick of theirs in cornerback Iman Marshall, who played college football at USC.

Expectations were high for Marshall coming out of college. He had 218 tackles and six interceptions during his time with the Trojans. His production as well as his character was enough for the Ravens to spend a fourth-round pick on the defensive back, but it never worked out for either side.

Marshall had injuries be a key factor during his entire time in Baltimore, playing in just three games during his three years with the team. He totaled one total tackle, primarily playing on special teams.