Ravens add safety to undrafted rookie crop
OWINGS MILLS -- The Baltimore Ravens reached an agrement in principle with hard-hitting Penn State safety Donnie Johnson. Johnson finished fifth on the Nittany Lions' defense with 50 tackles last season along with four tackles for losses. The 6-foot, 209-pound Cincinnati native also knocked down four passes, registered a sack and forced a fumble last season. Here are several of the undrafted rookies Baltimore is expected to announce as new additions today, according to their respective college sports information departments and agents: Central Michigan wide receiver Damien Lisnon, Grand Valley State quarterback Cullen Finnerty, Notre Dame defensive end Travis Leitko, Notre Dame tight end Marcus Freeman, Hampton cornerback Calvin Bannister, Houston cornerback Willie Gaston, Missisippi State nose guard Andrew Powell, USC offensive tackle Kyle Young, San Diego State middle linebacker Joe Martin, San Diego State cornerback Terrell Maze, Syracuse punter/kickoff specialist Brendan Carney, Southeast Missouri State defensive end Edgar Jones, Syracuse defensive end Jamar Atkinson, Alabama offensive tackle Kyle Tatum, Northeastern tight end Kendrick Ballantyne and Tennessee kicker James Wilhoit. Aaron Wilson covers the Baltimore Ravens for the Carroll County Times in Westminster, Maryland.
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