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Ravens sign CB Ronald Darby following loss of Marlon Humphrey to foot injury

The Baltimore Ravens have moved quickly to address their concerning cornerback room.

The Ravens are signing free-agent cornerback Ronald Darby to a one-year deal worth up to $3.2 million, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported on Thursday. The team later announced the signing.

Darby's signing comes a day after news that Ravens cornerback Marlon Humphrey is expected to miss a month or so with a foot injury, which likely means he'll miss regular-season time.

But this is not the only cornerback injury the Ravens are dealing with. Rock Ya-Sin, who has been projected to start this season, has missed the past few weeks with a knee injury. Reserves Arthur Maulet and Jalyn Armour-Davis also have missed time and remain out of practice with injuries.

Darby, 29, was a second-round pick of the Bills in 2015. He has spent time with Buffalo, Philadelphia and Washington and started the past two seasons for Denver. Darby suffered a season-ending injury after starting the first five games last season.

In 89 career games (88 starts), Darby has totaled eight interceptions, 90 passes defended, one fumble forced and one recovery.

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