Welcome to Baltimore, Brynden Trawick. Look for Trawick to serve as a veteran backup for the Ravens, and to potentially see preseason action as he adjusts to his new home. In his career, Trawick appeared in 38 games for the Ravens, while spending a lone season(2015) playing for the Oakland Raiders and most recently, appearing in 32 games in the last two seasons for the Tennessee Titans. While playing for Tennessee, Trawick was named to the AFC Pro Bowl team in 2017. The 29-year-old will be making his return to Baltimore, as he was signed as an undrafted rookie in 2013 out of Troy(after departing from Michigan State). The Baltimore Ravens have signed safety Brynden Trawick, according to Jeff Zrebiec of the Athletic. Prior to being signed, Trawick was worked out by the Ravens on Wednesday, and they would also sign linebacker Nicholas Grigsby at the same time. Notes: statistics are courtesy of Pro Football Reference, and the featured image is from “Titans Wire.”Please follow and like us: Statistically, Trawick has snagged one interception in his career, while logging 39 combined tackles in his career. Trawick is a solid in-the-box safety that can deliver big hits while having the ability to make open-field tackles. The former Pro Bowler can also be described as a quick, smart player that can “diagnose plays well,” according to 24/7 Sports.