Sep 29, 2013; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills defensive back Brandon Burton (29) tries to break up a pass to Baltimore Ravens free safety Michael Huff (29) during the second half at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Bills beat Ravens 23 to 20. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports
After the Cincinnati Bengals lost cornerback Leon Hall and safety Taylor Mays in the span of two weeks, they quickly looked around the free agent market for a veteran defensive back to bring in, and one of the first people they called was former Baltimore Ravens safety Michael Huff.
He came in for a workout last week prior to the Bengals and Ravens facing off on Sunday, and it appeared as though they could sign him in hopes he could help fill the role that Mays left more so than Hall, though Huff does have starting experience at cornerback.
But after letting him leave town without a contract, it appears the’s moved on and in scheduled to work out for the Dallas Cowboys today:
Huff was signed this offseason by the Ravens and appeared in seven games, but was eventually replaced by rookie first-round pick Matt Elam by Week 2 and saw limited action since before he was finally cut two weeks ago.