Price started the season as a depth cornerback and special teams player with the Ravens, but a preseason concussion led to him being placed on injured reserve, and ultimately released once healthy in October. The 26-year-old was active for six games with the Colts and Ravens since going undrafted in 2013, recording one tackle.
The Ravens released Price (concussion) on Thursday.
Price was placed on injured reserve shortly after being inactive for the season-opening win over the Browns, so he presumably received some sort of injury settlement from the Ravens as part of his release. Assuming he's able to pass a physical once he's no longer experiencing concussion symptoms, Price will be eligible to sign with any team.
Price (concussion) was placed on injured reserve Saturday.
Price's concussion seems like it could be more serious than initially though. With his placement on injured reserve, he'll have to sit out at least eight weeks before he can return to action.
Price (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Browns, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Price did not practice all week and hasn't done so since the start of September. The concussion appears to be a fairly serious one, so the Ravens will likely continue to be cautious with the defensive back while he remains in protocol.
Price (concussion) isn't practicing Wednesday, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports.
Price remains under concussion protocol. There's no sign of when he could be back.