• Former Giants defensive lineman Chris Canty visiting Ravens today

    Summary of 12 articles · Updated Mar 13, 2013
    Former New York Giants defensive tackle Chris Canty is visiting the Ravens today, according to a league source with knowledge of the situation. After a rough start to the league year, the Ravens are on the board in free agency, bringing in former Giants defensive lineman Chris Canty. The Ravens signed Chris Canty to a three-year contract worth $8 million, including $2.8 in guaranteed money. Canty has made stopped with the Titans, Chiefs and Packers. Baltimore has some competition for Canty, who has previously met with the Kansas City Chiefs Green Bay Packers and Tennessee Titans . The Ravens were unhappy with the play of nose tackles Ma'ake Kemoeatu and Terrence Cody last season and had little depth behind defensive tackle Haloti Ngata Canty, 30, brings a huge physical presence inside with his size . Two hours into free agency, the Ravens lost their top linebacker and their sacks leader from last season.
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