Canady finished the 2019 season with 46 tackles and one interception split between the Ravens and the Jets.
Canady appeared in five games with the Ravens, recording 21 tackles and his lone interception of the season. He battled hamstring and thigh injuries during his time with Baltimore, and the team eventually opted to waive Canady rather than wait for him to get healthy. The cornerback was then scooped up by the Jets, for whom he recorded 25 tackles in eight games. He'll be an unrestricted free agent this offseason.
Canady (illness) is active for Sunday's game against the Dolphins.
Canady was considered questionable due to the illness but will be able to play Week 14. The 25-year-old played 71 percent of defensive snaps last week and could see an expanded role again Sunday with Jamal Adams (ankle), Arthur Maulet (calf), Brian Poole (concussion) and Matthias Farley (ribs) all inactive in the secondary.
Canady (illness) is officially questionable for Sunday's matchup with the Dolphins.
Canady returned to practice in a limited fashion both Thursday and Friday after being sidelined Wednesday. Although he appears to be trending in the right direction, his status Sunday will depend on how he is feeling closer to kickoff.
The Jets claimed Canady off waivers from the Ravens on Wednesday.
Canady couldn't stay out of the trainer's room in Baltimore, as he suited up just four games. He recorded 20 tackles (18 solo) and a pass breakup in that stretch. Now that he's healthy, Canady will get another chance with Gang Green, helping provide depth since Trumaine Johnson (ankle) was placed on injured reserve.
Canady (thigh) was waived by the Ravens on Tuesday.
Canady was a victim of his own health as well as the De'Anthony Thomas signing. The 25-year-old racked up 21 tackles (19 solo) with an interception, three passes defensed and a forced fumble in five games with the Ravens.
Canady (thigh) is inactive for Sunday's matchup against the Patriots.
Canady will sit out his second straight contest with this thigh issue. Once he returns to action, he may be limited in the snap department after the acquisition of Marcus Peters and Jimmy Smith (knee) getting healthy.
Canady (thigh) is listed as questionable for Sunday night's game against the Patriots.
Canady participated in Friday's practice on a limited basis and last saw action in Week 6 against the Bengals. If the 25-year-old is able to go, he'll likely fill a depth role in the Ravens' secondary.
Canady (hamstring) won't play in Sunday's game against the Seahawks.
Canady is one of a number of defensive players battling injuries before the game and won't be able to give it a go Sunday. In his stead, the team should be able to hold their own at cornerback after acquiring Marcus Peters from the Rams earlier this week.
Canady (hamstring) is listed questionable for Sunday's game against the Seahawks.
Canady is one of a number of Ravens corners battling injury this week, but with the recent acquisition of Marcus Peters, the team ought to be able to weather the storm. The 25-year-old is just a week removed from leading Baltimore in tackles.
Canady (hamstring) had nine tackles (nine solo) and a pass defended in Sunday's 23-17 win over Cincinnati.
The depth cornerback was able to lead his team in tackles for the game, despite suiting up in just 60 percent of his team's defensive snaps. Canady has been solid this season, now up to 20 tackles and an interception through six games. He's managing a hamstring injury this week, so his availability for Week 7 is in question.
Canady is managing a hamstring injury Monday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
The nature and severity of Canady's injury remain undisclosed. His availability for Sunday's contest against the Seahawks will likely come down to what he's able to do in practice this week.
The Ravens promoted Canady to the active roster Saturday.
Canady has played in 19 games with the Ravens over the last three years, notching 34 tackles and a pass breakup. He'll add depth to the team's cornerback corps with Marlon Humphrey (back) and Jimmy Smith (knee) on the mend.
Canady (thigh) was activated off injured reserve Saturday, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.
Canady returned to practice Nov. 12, thus starting the three-week window in which the team had to either activate him off injured reserve or place him in a season-ending position on injured reserve. In a corresponding move, the Ravens waived offensive lineman Hroniss Grasu. Canady will likely assume a depth role in Baltimore's secondary.
Canady (thigh) resumed practicing Monday, freelance NFL writer Howard Balzer reports.
Canady remains on injured reserve, so he won't appear on Baltimore's practice reports. The Ravens now have a 21-day window to decide on Canady's eligibility for the rest of the season and will need to decide whether to keep him on IR or activate him to the 53-man roster. If Canady does return, expect him to play a depth role in Baltimore's secondary.
Canady (thigh) was placed on injured reserve Monday.
Canady's thigh injury popped up a week ago and he failed to practice all week. It appears the ailment ended up being a serious one, as the defensive back's season is likely over. The Ravens re-signed linebacker Albert McClellan with their open roster spot.
Canady (thigh) was ruled out against the Bengals on Thursday, freelance NFL writer Jeff Zrebiec reports.
It's no surprise that Canady was ruled out, given that he hasn't been able to practice this week due to a thigh injury. Darious Williams will serve as Brandon Carr's primary backup as long as Canady is sidelined.
Canady (thigh) did not participate in practice Tuesday.
Canady has missed the first two days of practice this week, so his status for Thursday's showdown with the Bengals does not look promising. However, look for Wednesday's injury report to give the full story on his status.
Canady is dealing with a thigh injury, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Canady missed practice Monday with an injury that was previously undisclosed. With the Ravens playing on Thursday this week, Canady faces an abbreviated period with which to get healthy.
Canady was a non-participant in Monday's practice due to an undisclosed injury, freelance NFL writer Jeff Zrebiec reports.
Canady sat out practice in anticipation of Thursday's contest against the Bengals. The severity of Canady's injury is currently unknown, but expect updates about the backup left cornerback's health as the week progresses.
Canady (leg) is active for Sunday's season-opening tilt against the Bills.
The corner will suit up in Week 1 after dealing with a leg strain since Aug. 17. Canady is slated to serve as Brandon Carr's primary backup at left cornerback.
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