The Baltimore Ravens are adding two cornerbacks to their offseason roster, according to The Baltimore Sun.
The organization will sign former Giants corner Aaron Ross and former Falcons corner Dominique Franks following successful tryouts during the team's mandatory minicamp.
Other corners that tried out were Drayton Florence, Marquice Cole, Bobby Felder and Kevin Thomas.
Ross spent most of his career with the Giants and even played under Steve Spagnuolo in 2008, when he was the defensive coordinator there.
Franks was drafted by the Falcons in 2010 and has mostly been a backup. However, he should add special teams value to the Ravens.
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