Former Ravens cornerback Antoine Cason won't play this season after undergoing surgery Tuesday.
Cason revealed his status on his Instagram account, posting a photo of his bandaged right foot.
Cason played in two games for the Ravens last season and registered no statistics. The 28-year-old former Carolina Panthers starter wasn't retained as an unrestricted free agent.
“Had surgery this morning to fix an ongoing problem,” Cason wrote. “Due to the surgery I will miss the 2015 season. Tough decision but it was one that needed to be made and I am home and well!
"I’ve played 21 straight seasons in my life and this will be the first season I miss. I appreciate everyone who has supported me to this point in my life and career, thank you … and this too shall pass!”
Cason started 11 games for he Panthers last season before being released. He had 58 tackles, four forced fumbles and two interceptions.
However, Cason was benched prior to being released by Carolina when he allowed six touchdown passes. Opposing quarterbacks completed 56 of 70 passes thrown in his direction for 659 yards and a 122.2 passer rating, according to Pro Football Focus.
The former San Diego Chargers first-round NFL draft pick from the University of Arizona has 380 tackles, 16 interceptions and eight forced fumbles in his career.