This amount makes Young the highest-paid nickelback in the league. With outside corners Marlon Humphrey, Brandon Carr and Jimmy Smith all remaining under contract with Baltimore in 2019 -- not to mention safety Tony Jefferson and six-time Pro-Bowler Eric Weddle -- the Ravens boast one of the more intimidating secondaries in the league at this point in the offseason.
Young (sports hernia) signed a one-year contract extension Thursday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Young is now is set to stick with Baltimore through the 2020 season at an undisclosed rate. Head coach John Harbaugh said in January that the timeline for Young's recovery from offseason sports hernia surgery was 4-to-6 weeks, so the cornerback should be healthy well before the start of OTAs this spring.
Young (groin) had sports hernia surgery in January and is expected to need 4-to-6 weeks for recovery, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.
Young missed a playoff loss to the Chargers with a groin injury after serving as Baltimore's slot cornerback throughout the regular season. The 2016 fourth-round pick figures to reprise his nickelback role in 2019, the final season of his rookie contract.
Young (groin) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Chargers.
Despite logging a limited practice session Friday, Young will not be in the lineup for Sunday's wild-card matchup against the Chargers. Expect Marlon Humphrey to see additional work behind fellow corners Brandon Carr and Jimmy Smith.
Young (groin) is questionable for Sunday's wild-card game against the Chargers.
Young did not practice Wednesday and Thursday due to a groin injury, but he was a limited participant Friday. The 24-year-old has played a rotational role in recent weeks, so if Young were to sit out Baltimore's playoff debut, Maurice Canady could see a slight uptick in snaps.
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