yesterday, Baltimore Ravens Free agent S Jayron Kearse has been added as a personnel notice.by AthleticJeff Zleviek, which means he started the COVID protocol for Ravens to sign him.
Free agent S. Jaron Curse is mentioned in the personnel notice as visiting Ravens. This means he has started the COVID protocol needed to sign with the new team. Ravens looking for depth of safety.
— Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiec) December 30, 2020
It’s not surprising that Curse was interested in Ravens, as the tweet hinted at potential interest from the team.
“Gyron Kierce is a solid and deep player who can join immediately and provide special team skills as needed. For safety, he is an aggressive tackler and as a physical force of coverage. Doing the best job near the line of scrimmage. Ideally, he would be a defensive rotation player while strengthening your special team unit, but in Detroit he would be a starter. It left some obvious holes in his game, especially in the press. Still, he was one of the Lions’ better defensive backs in a unit that really struggled throughout the season. “
We also asked why Kearse was released.
“As for why he was released, at first, interim head coach Darrell Bevel simply said that the team wanted to scrutinize the younger secondary players. Kearse left the team hotel without permission. It turned out that it was only part of the story, as reports of breaking the team’s rules surfaced by breaking the curfew. When asked specifically about it, Bevel did not deny the report. , “I don’t even know if I want to comment on it, but I just say everything is important.”
This is a clever move that allows upward players to land and play one or two as needed, as the secondary depth is depleted almost every week.
– NFL Sports
Ravens Jayron Kearse trying to add safety
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