Omar Brown, free safety

<b>GS: 0 | GP: 1 | Snaps: 21</b><br><br>
<b>Season in review:</b> Brown, a fan favorite after he was a takeaway machine during the 2012 preseason, started the season on the practice squad and was promoted to the active roster when the Ravens cut Michael Huff and Marcus Spears. Brown played just one game, the Week 9 loss to the Cleveland Browns.<br><br>
<b>Stat that stands out:</b> 108 -- total snaps played by Brown in two NFL seasons. He got 87 snaps in 2012.<br><br> 
<b>Outlook for 2014 and beyond:</b> Brown, an exclusive rights free agent, will likely get another opportunity to earn a roster spot during training camp. But to stick around for another season, the young safety teammates call "Baby Ed" for his penchant for being around loose footballs, must make an impression.

( Jeff Curry, Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports / August 29, 2013 )

GS: 0 | GP: 1 | Snaps: 21

Season in review: Brown, a fan favorite after he was a takeaway machine during the 2012 preseason, started the season on the practice squad and was promoted to the active roster when the Ravens cut Michael Huff and Marcus Spears. Brown played just one game, the Week 9 loss to the Cleveland Browns.

Stat that stands out: 108 -- total snaps played by Brown in two NFL seasons. He got 87 snaps in 2012.

Outlook for 2014 and beyond: Brown, an exclusive rights free agent, will likely get another opportunity to earn a roster spot during training camp. But to stick around for another season, the young safety teammates call "Baby Ed" for his penchant for being around loose footballs, must make an impression.

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