Baltimore Ravens

Cornerback Trayvon Mullen returning to Ravens on one-year deal

Trayvon Mullen will be returning to the Ravens next season.

The 25-year-old cornerback — who was claimed off waivers from the Dallas Cowboys in January and is a cousin of quarterback Lamar Jackson’s — has agreed to a one-year deal, his agent Kevin Conner confirmed to The Baltimore Sun. No other terms were disclosed.


“Baltimore know what time it is, my journey not finished” Mullen tweeted Tuesday night.

Mullen, a second-round draft pick out of Clemson by the then-Oakland Raiders in 2019, did not appear in any games for Baltimore last season. He did, however, play in eight games for the Cardinals after being traded by the Raiders to Arizona before the season.


The Cardinals released Mullen in December and he was claimed off waivers by the Cowboys, suiting up for Dallas in Week 18. He had a combined 16 tackles, a forced fumble and a pass defended between the two teams.

Mullen, a 6-foot-2, 200-pound corner who was the Defensive Most Valuable Player of the 2019 College Football Playoff national championship game, had 134 tackles, four interceptions and 28 passes defended in 37 games for the Raiders.

The NFL Network first reported the agreement.

Trayvon Mullen, whom the Ravens claimed off waivers at the end of last season, has reportedly agreed to a one-year deal to return to Baltimore.