When the Ravens released Prince Miller prior to the start of the regular season, the rookie cornerback opted to sign onto the Patriots' practice squad.
After spending the last three weeks on the Ravens' active roster, Miller was again let go by Baltimore, but this time, he's sticking around Owings Mills.
Once Miller cleared waivers, the Ravens released re-signed him to their practice squad, and released defensive back Danny Gorrer to make room on the developmental roster.
"After that three week period [on the 53-man roster], they had to make a decision," Miller said today. "They decided to keep me around, and I'm pleased with it. Obviously, everyone wants to play, but I'm just going to go back to work as usual, just practice hard, work hard, and hopefully, my number gets called sooner or later."
The Ravens signed Miller off New England's practice squad back on Sept. 15th to provide some depth in the secondary and to give them another option as a punt returner. Miller was inactive for all three games he was on the Ravens' 53-man roster.
After clearing waivers, the Georgia product could have signed with any team's practice squad. In a similar situation back in September, he spurned the Ravens and signed with the Pats, but this time, he decided to stay in Baltimore.
"Nobody wants to move around from place to place, so obviously it's a comfort level with the coaches, fellow teammates and stuff," Miller said. "Obviously, you would like to be in one place, and just stick it out there."
"We've got high hopes for Prince," head coach John Harbaugh said yesterday. "We think he has a great future as a developmental player, and you never know, down the road this year."