Ravens part ways with Fuller, Morrow

OWINGS MILLS -- The Baltimore Ravens terminated the contracts of veteran defensive back Corey Fuller and special-teams ace Harold Morrow.

Fuller, a 10th-year pro, had seen his role diminished in 2003 when he was replaced by Gary Baxter as the Ravens' starting cornerback. Fuller, 33, appeared in 14 games last season, starting two in place of All-Pro cornerback Chris McAlister.

Fuller was slated to earn $1.25 million in 2005, according to NFL Players' Association documents. Fuller, who has prior stints with Minnesota and Cleveland Browns after being drafted in the second round in 1995 by the Vikings out of Florida State registered 14 tackles with no pass deflections or interceptions. Fuller started 10 games in 2003 and recorded 41 tackles with eight pass deflections.

Morrow was the team's leading special-teams tackler with 21, including 15 solo tackles.

A backup fullback who didn't carry the football or catch a pass last season, Morrow, 32, has played in the NFL for 10 seasons with prior stints with the Vikings. Morrow was going to be paid $665,000 next season.

Aaron Wilson is the chief writer for RavensInsider.Com He is also the Ravens' reporter for the Carroll County Times in Westminster Maryland.

If you are reading this article via a news portal, you can find the original on RavensInsider.Com
URL: http://www.ravensinsider.com

Ravens Insider Top Stories