Baltimore Ravens sign Dayne Crist


The Ravens are giving the former Jayhawk quarterback a shot.

The Baltimore Ravens have signed quarterback Dayne Crist, according to Adam Caplan. Crist worked out for the Chiefs last week before agreeing to a deal with the Ravens.

Crist spent three years with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, but transferred to Kansas in 2012 and started his senior year. His production with the Jayhawks was, shall we say, not inspiring, completing just 47.7 percent of his passes and throwing nine interceptions to four touchdowns as Kansas limped to a 1-11 season. Sitting behind Joe Flacco, Tyrod Taylor and Caleb Hanie on the depth chart, Crist is unlikely to be anything more than a camp body.

Crist wasn't the only small-time QB to find a team on Wednesday. The Oakland Raiders are close to signing Matt McGloin, per Steve Corkran of the Contra Costa Times. McGloin had a productive senior year at Penn State, but went undrafted amid concerns about his size and mechanics. He will compete with Terrelle Pryor and Kyle Padron for a spot on the roster.

Finally, Caplan reports that the Miami Dolphins have signed Aaron Corp. Corp went undrafted in 2012 and is now on his third team in less than a calendar year. He's expected to compete with Pat Devlin for the No. 3 spot.

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