Rolando McClain is getting a second chance.
And the former first-round pick has little time to make the most of it. McClain agreed to a one-year deal with the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens, just two days after clearing waivers from his release in Oakland.
NFL.com reports the one-year deal is for $700,000 plus incentives, a small risk for the Ravens, and a chance for McClain to show he has changed after off-the-field issues and inconsistent play cut short his tenure with the Raiders.
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