Just five days into free agency, the Ravens have lost only two players to other teams: offensive lineman Kelechi Osemele, who signed with the Oakland Raiders, and backup quarterback Matt Schaub, who signed a one-year deal with the Atlanta Falcons last Wednesday.
However, that could soon change.
Former Ravens reserve safety and special teams standout Brynden Trawick is in Cincinnati today meeting with Bengals officials. Trawick was a restricted free agent and the Ravens opted last week to not extend the low $1.67 million tender with the hopes of signing him to a lesser deal.
Free to sign with any team, Trawick has gotten a good bit of interest on the open market and Cincinnati is his first stop.
The 26-year-old led the Ravens with nine special teams tackles last season in addition to playing in the team's goal-line defense. An undrafted free agent out of Troy in 2013, Trawick has played 38 games over the past three seasons with the Ravens.