Safety Ken Hamlin returned to the Ravens Wednesday, a week after being cut by the team. Hamlin takes the roster spot of veteran defensive end Trevor Pryce, who was cut.
Hamlin, an eight-year veteran who started for all but two games of his career in Seattle and Dallas, seemed to take the recent roster moves in stride.
"It's business, back to work whatever, so it's another day of work," Hamlin said. "I'm glad to be back, glad to be back with this organization."
Hamlin, who was initially cut to make room for cornerback Cary Williams returning from a two-game suspension, wouldn't say whether he looked into any other playing opportunities last week.
"I've been around," he said.
Hamlin said that he has talked with Ravens vice-president and general manager Ozzie Newsome about "different options". Hamlin, who was initially signed as insurance at safety because of Ed Reed's injury and provide competition at safety with Tom Zbikowski and Haruki Nakamura, was likely brought back to play special teams.
"Nothing has changed," Hamlin, 29, said. "I'm still going to go out to work every day and still going out to practicee and can show what I can do on the field and hopefully if I get on the field make some things happen."