Canty will not have his 2016 contract option picked up, making him a free agent. The Ravens save $2 million in salary cap space by letting Canty walk. The 11 year veteran notched 19 tackles and one sack in nine games last season. According to an interview with PFT Live, Canty assured that he still wants to play next season, as he'll look to join a team in need of defensive line depth.
Left tackle Eugene Monroe (concussion) and defensive end Chris Canty (calf) are two starters that have been ruled out by the Ravens for the Sunday game against Cincinnati. The former sustained his head injury in the opener and hasn't played since. The latter played briefly in Week 2 before going down.
Free agent defensive end Chris Canty re-signed with the Ravens on a one-year deal with a team option for another year, reports the New York Daily News. Canty, 32, had 33 tackles, a forced fumble and half a sack last season. This will be his third year in Baltimore.
Defensive end Chris Canty is set to visit the Seahawks, according to the Baltimore Sun. The visit is scheduled for Thursday. Canty, 32, is entering his 11th season in the NFL. Over his career he has played for the Cowboys, Giants and Ravens. He has recorded 335 total tackles, 21.5 sacks and five forced fumbles.
Free agent defensive end Chris Canty is scheduled to visit with the Jets on Friday and Saturday, a league source told The Baltimore Sun. Canty was entering the final year of a three-year, $8 million contract before being released by the Ravens last week. Canty, who previously played in New York for the Giants from 2009-12, is familiar with Jets coach Todd Bowles and defensive coordinator Kacy Rodgers, as both coaches were on the Cowboys' coaching staff when Canty played in Dallas from 2005-08.