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Prince Miller's winding September road trip brought him back to Baltimore last week when the Ravens signed him off the Patriots' practice squad. Miller, a rookie cornerback, said he was happy to be back.

He was signed by the Ravens in May, but released a day after final cuts. He had an opportunity to join the practice squad with either the Ravens or Patriots, and chose New England.

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"It was a decision I made and something that came up," he said Thursday. "It happened, and I love that I'm back, and it's good to be back."

Did he feel he had a better opportunity in New England?

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"I can't say I had a better opportunity there or here. A lot of things happened during that time," he said, without being specific.

The chance to get on the active roster brought him back. According to NFL rules, he must be on the roster a minimum of three weeks after being signed off another team's practice squad. He was a game-day inactive at Cincinnati last week.

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