Published: Tue, June 06, 2017
Culture | By Henry Herrera

Ravens release Kyle Arrington, the last Hofstra player in the NFL

Ravens release Kyle Arrington, the last Hofstra player in the NFL

The move comes just days after Baltimore's nickel corner Tavon Young tore his ACL, an injury that will cause Young to miss the upcoming season.

Boykin, who spent the 2015 season with the Pittsburgh Steelers after they had traded for during training camp that year, is now presumably healed from the torn pectoral muscle that he suffered last year during training camp as a member of the Chicago Bears.

Boykin's best season in the National Football League came in 2013, as he tallied 47 tackles, six interceptions and one touchdown. In 2013, he set career highs with 43 tackles, six interceptions (one returned for a touchdown), 16 passes defensed and two forced fumbles.

The team released cornerback Kyle Arrington, who missed all of last season with a concussion, in order to make room on the roster. He originally signed a three-year, $7 million contract in 2015.

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Arrington's release is a result of a failed physical according to the Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec. The 2015 undrafted free agent from West Chester (Pa.) has played eight games and recorded one tackle.

Terminating Arrington's contract frees up approximately $2.1 million in cap space.

As for Shabazz, he dressed for seven games with the Steelers last season and was primarily used on special teams.

These moves come in an offseason in which the Ravens had already added two cornerbacks.

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