Arrington (concussion) was released Monday by the Ravens, Garrett Downing of BaltimoreRavens.com reports.
The Ravens made a handful of changes to their secondary on Monday, releasing Arrington in order to sign Brandon Boykin and Al-Hajj Shabazz. All this comes in the wake of Tavon Young's ACL tear, which will sideline the nickel back for the entire 2017 season. Arrington's release seemed inevitable, as the team freed up $2.1 million with his departure. After missing all of last season due to concussions, Arrington will now look to compete for a reserve spot elsewhere if he can remain on the field.
Arrington (concussion) will likely will be released once he passes a physical, Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Arrington was placed on injured reserve in August, ending his bid for the nickelback role in Baltimore's defense. Set to turn 31 before Week 1 and carrying a $2.8 million cap hit, he'll need to accept a major pay cut to have any shot of sticking with the Ravens. It's unclear whether he's ready to pass a physical or still recovering from last year's concussion.
Arrington (concussion) has been placed on the Ravens' injured reserve list.
Arrington suffered what is being considered a concussion during the Ravens' first preseason contest, but there may be more to that story considering how he has already been deemed as out for the entire year. However, he had been considered a long shot to make the final team even before going down.
Arrington left Thursday's matchup with the Panthers to undergo concussion protocol.
Arrington entered Thursday's preseason third on the Ravens depth chart at the left cornerback position. Don't expect him to return to action until all of his symptoms have passed if he did indeed suffer a concussion.
The Ravens have signed cornerback Kyle Arrington to a three-year contract, pending a physical, the team announced on Wednesday.
Arrington was cut by the Patriots on Tuesday. He totaled 39 tackles with two forced fumbles and two touchdowns in 14 games this season.
Veteran cornerback Kyle Arrington is being targeted by the Ravens after his release from New England, according to ESPN, which is further claiming that the Panthers are also in the mix.
The 28-year-old Arrington played in all but two games over the last five seasons, but his production fell in 2014.
Cornerback Kyle Arrington, who played a valuable role in the Patriots secondary, will be released by the team, according to ESPN.com.
According to the source, there remains a possiblity that the Patriots could re-sign Arrington, who was scheduled to earn $3 million this season. The move leaves the Patriots without its top three players at the position from last season, with Darrelle Revis and Brandon Browner leaving in free agency.
In two losses against the Patriots this season, including Sunday's 45-7 loss in the AFC title game, Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton was bottled up offensively. Hilton had just three catches for 24 yards in a 42-20 loss Nov. 16 and had one catch for 36 yards Sunday.
"Coach (Bill) Belichick, he did the same thing, had the same game plan -- Kyle Arrington on me, (safety Devin McCourty) over the top," Hilton said, per ESPN. "They took away everything. When I tried to go across the middle, they had the linebackers drop. The linebackers hit me to try to disrupt me. It pretty much was the same game plan as last time. They did a pretty good job of taking me away."
Patriot coach Bill Belichick praised Arrington's effort against Hilton, who is headed to the Pro Bowl after totaling 82 catches for 1,345 yards and seven touchdowns during the regular season.
"You know Kyle really stepped up; played T.Y. good," Belichick said. "T.Y. is a great receiver. He’s got outstanding speed and quickness, and he’s a tough guy to cover on all routes: short, intermediate, deep. He had a great catch on the sideline dragging his feet. It was a perfect throw and a great catch. But that’s what it’s like playing against them. But Kyle competed really well. He jammed, and he and Devin did a real good job on T.Y."
The Patriots listed 18 players on its final injury report for Week 17 against Buffalo. Quarterback Tom Brady (ankle) was the only player on the report listed as probable, while running back Jonas Gray (ankle) and cornerback Alfonzo Dennard (hamstring) were ruled out. The rest were deemed questionable.
The others include long snapper Danny Aiken (finger), cornerback Kyle Arrington (hamstring), running back LeGarrette Blount (shoulder), cornerback Brandon Browner (groin), linebacker Jamie Collins, offensive lineman Dan Connolly (knee), wide receiver Julian Edelman (thigh, concussion), offensive lineman Cameron Fleming (ankle), linebacker Dont'a Hightower (shoulder), defensive end Chandler Jones (hip), wide receiver Brandon LaFell (shoulder), defensive end Rob Ninkovich (heel), running back Shane Vereen (ankle), offensive tackle Sebastian Vollmer and linebacker Chris White (ankle).
The Patriots have ruled the following players inactive for Sunday's divisional clash against the Jets in Week 16: Dan Connolly, Julian Edelman, Alfonzo Dennard, LeGarrette Blount, Kyle Arrington, James White and Jordan Devey.
Patriots cornerback Kyle Arrington did not make the trip to New York and will be inactive Week 16 against the Jets, according to Mike Reiss of ESPN on Saturday. Arrington suffered a hamstring injury in a win over the Dolphins in Week 15.
Through 14 games, Arrington has registered 39 combined tackles, one sack and one forced fumble. Before getting hurt last week, Arrington recovered a blocked field goal and took it for a 57-yard touchdown.
New England (11-3) is 10 1/2-point favorite on the road against New York (3-11).
The Patriots listed the following players as questionable for Week 16’s game at the New York Jets: Danny Aiken (finger), Kyle Arrington (hamstring), LeGarrette Blount (shoulder), Dan Connolly (knee), Julian Edelman (concussion), Cameron Fleming (ankle), Dont'a Hightower (shoulder), Chandler Jones (hip), Brandon LaFell (shoulder), Rob Ninkovich (heel), Shane Vereen (ankle) and Chris White (ankle).
Quarterback Tom Brady (ankle) was the only player listed as probable. The Patriots did not have any players listed as out or doubtful.
The Patriots are 10 1/2-point favorites over the Jets.
The Patriots have downgraded cornerback Kyle Arrington to out for the remainder of Week 15 against the Dolphins with a hamstring injury. The announcement was made shortly after halftime. He recovered a blocked field goal and took it for a 57-yard touchdown in the opening quarter before leaving the game.
Patriots cornerback Kyle Arrington was forced out Sunday's game against the Dolphins in Week 15 with a hamstring injury. Arrington suffered the injury in the second quarter and was ruled questionable to return to the game, per the team's official website.
Nine players on the Patriots' final Week 14 injury report are active for Sunday's game against the Chargers, including quarterback Tom Brady (ankle), running back Shane Vereen (ankle) and wide receivers Julian Edelman (thigh) and Brandon LaFell (shoulder).
Brady and tackle Marcus Cannon (hip) were listed as probable, so their absence from the team's inactive list isn't a surprise. Vereen, Edelman and LaFell all carried questionable tags coming into Sunday. Other questionables who are active against the Chargers include center Danny Aiken (concussion), guard Dan Connolly (ankle), defensive tackle Dominique Easley (knee) and cornerback Kyle Arrington (ankle).
As expected, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (ankle) and offensive lineman Marcus Cannon (hip) were the only players deemed probable for Sunday's Week 14 clash against the Chargers. Linebacker Chris White (ankle) was ruled doubtful.
Meanwhile, the following players were designated as questionable for the game: Long snapper Danny Aiken (concussion), cornerback Kyle Arrington (ankle), offensive lineman Dan Connolly (ankle), defensive lineman Dominique Easley (knee), wide receiver Julian Edelman (thigh) offensive lineman Cameron Fleming (ankle), linebacker Dont'a Hightower (shoulder), defensive end Chandler Jones (hip), wide receiver Brandon LaFell (shoulder) and running back Shane Vereen (ankle).
All 10 New England players that were listed as questionable were limited participants in practice the entire week leading up to the game.
Patriots cornerback Kyle Arrington, who played through a groin injury most of last season, is set to have surgery Friday, reports the team's website. Arrington had 62 tackles, two sacks, an interception and two forced fumbles while not missing a game.
He's expected to be ready for training camp.
Two cornerbacks and two linebackers were limited for the Patriots in Wednesday practice. The cornerbacks are Alfonzo Dennard (knee/shoulder) and Kyle Arrington (groin). The linebackers are Dane Fletcher (groin) and Dont'a Hightower (ankle).
The following players on the injury report have been ruled active for the Patriots in a playoff clash Saturday night against the Colts: quarterback Tom Brady (right shoulder), wide receiver Danny Amendola (groin), wide receiver Kenbrell Thompkins (hip), running back Shane Vereen (groin), defensive back Devin McCourty (concussion), defensive back Steve Gregory (finger, knee), linebacker Dane Fletcher (groin), defensive back Alfonzo Dennard (knee, shoulder) and defensive back Kyle Arrington (groin).
Nine Patriots are listed as probable for the Sunday clash against visiting Indianapolis.
The offensive players on that list are wide receiver Danny Amendola (groin), quarterback Tom Brady (shoulder), running back Shane Vereen (groin) and offensive linemen Logan Mankins and Will Svitek, both with ankle injuries.
The defensive probables are cornerback Kyle Arrington (groin), linebacker Dane Fletcher (groin), safeties Devin McCourty (concussion) and Steve Gregory (finger/knee).