The Browns reached deals with defensive back Aaron Ross and linebacker Everette Brown, the team announced Sunday. In addition to the signings, the team waived offensive lineman Joe Madsen and defensive lineman Christian Tupou.
Former Gianst and Ravens cornerback Aaron Ross wants to play in the NFL again, sources told Aaron Wilson of The Baltimore Sun. Ross worked out with the Rams earlier this week with the hope of resurrecting his career. Ross was with the Ravens last season, but spent the entire year on injured reserve because of a torn Achilles. The 32-year-old won two Super Bowl rings with the Giants. For his career, Ross has 250 tackles, 41 passes defended and 11 interceptions.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh announced Thursday that cornerback Aaron Ross would be lost for the season after tearing his Achilles during conditioning drills, FOX Sports reported. Ross was planning to push for a starting job after struggling with a back injury and ultimately missing a chunk of last season.
The Ravens made a series of roster moves Friday, the team announced. Baltimore signed linebacker Nicholas DiMarco, cornerback Dominique Franks, cornerback Aaron Ross, linebacker Austin Spitler and receiver Mike Willie. And the Ravens released linebacker Xavius Boyd, safety Dexter Moody and cornerback Avery Patterson.
Free agent cornerback Aaron Ross worked out for the Lions, reports CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora. A back injury limited Ross, 31, to four games with the Giants last season.