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PAYMAH VISITING RAVENS

Denver Broncos free agent cornerback Karl Paymah is visiting the Baltimore Ravens today, according to Alex Marvez of FOXSports.com.
A league source has confirmed to us that Paymah is currently meeting with team officials at the Ravens’ training complex after arriving in Baltimore today.
Per the article, Payman is regarded as a reserve cornerback who excels on special teams.
He washed out as a starting cornerback in place of an injured Champ Bailey last season and was benched after two starts with the Broncos installing rookie Josh Bell in his place.
The 26-year-old former third-round draft pick from Washington State has started five games in four NFL seasons.
He recorded 39 tackles last season and one interception. For his career, Paymah has registered 101 tackles and three interceptions.

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4 Responses to “PAYMAH VISITING RAVENS”
  1. RobJH says: Mar 5, 2009 2:19 PM

    Isn’t this the guy who got taken to school by Greg Camarillo of the Fins, then tried to talk shit about him? I’m sure some dumbass GM will overpay for this guy.

  2. baxter says: Mar 5, 2009 2:28 PM

    lol “PAYMAH!”

  3. Slow Joe says: Mar 5, 2009 3:00 PM

    Paymah rent! Paymah bills!!!

  4. JohnnyJr says: Mar 5, 2009 3:02 PM

    Paymah is the ultimate “looks like Tarzan, plays like Jane” player. In Denver he was given every opportunity to beat out Dre Bly and couldn’t do it. Then both rookie 4th round draft choice Jack Williams (all 5’8″ 160 lbs of him) and undrafted rookie free agent Josh Bell passed him by on the depth chart. He can not play the slot, he can not play in the dime. He’s stiff, he gets twisted like a pretzel and he can’t play the ball. He’s not a NFL corner, and will never be a NFL corner. He’s really a good tackling free saftey with no instinctiveness and very limited football intelligence. Oh, and really bad hands too. The Broncos twice tried to convert him to safety and he was completely lost and could never figure it out. If all you need is a gunner on punt and kicks, then he’s just the ticket. He’s got legit 4.4 speed and very good size and can hunt down the best of them. But put him into any type of read and react situation with his back to the ball (or his front to the ball for that matter) and he just doesn’t get it.

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