Prince Miller Rejoins The Baltimore Ravens As Possible Punt Return Insurance

September 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In what may be one of the more bizarre signings of the early NFL season, Prince Miller has rejoined the Baltimore Ravens.
Miller, an undrafted rookie who played college football at the University of Georgia, made the Ravens 53-man roster after final cuts on September 4. When informed he made the team, he was ecstatic. That feeling of euphoria lasted less than 24 hours, as the Ravens cut him the following day to sign Bryan McCann.
McCann, also an undrafted free agent, became available when he failed to make the Dallas Cowboys 53-man roster. McCann spent his college career playing cornerback and safety for Southern Methodist University.
At the time, the signing of McCann and subsequent release of Miller seemed strange, both players were cornerbacks and both players returned punts, but Miller had better return numbers. In preseason games, McCann lead the Cowboys with an average of 10.8 yards per return. Miller, who inherited the Ravens job when Donte’ Stallworth went ...

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