Prince Miller's roller coaster rookie season continues. The cornerback has been waived by the Ravens today, according to the team.
The Ravens are expected to fill Miller's spot on the active roster by signing an offensive lineman.
Miller was with the Ravens through offseason minicamps and training camp. He initially made the team's 53-man roster out of camp, but was then cut a day later.
The undrafted rookie out of Georgia signed with the Patriots as a member of their practice squad, but a week into the season, the Ravens signed him off New England's developmental roster and onto their 53-man.
Doing so meant that Miller had to spend at least three weeks on the Ravens' active roster. It's now been three weeks, and the team is making a move to bolster their O-line.
Word is that Miller will come back to the Ravens as a member of their practice squad, assuming he clears waivers.