Ravens sign Chris Greenwood

AP

The Ravens keep losing cornerbacks to injury, which means the Ravens keep needing to bring in new cornerbacks to keep 11 men on the field on Sunday.

Asa Jackson was the latest corner to make the move to injured reserve, opening the door for Chris Greenwood to join the team. The Ravens announced Wednesday that they have signed Greenwood off the Vikings’ practice squad to bring their roster back to 53 players.

Greenwood was a fifth-round pick by the Lions in 2012 and played in three games for the team last year. He also spent time with the Cowboys in 2013 before landing in Minnesota this season.

Greenwood is the 13th cornerback to spend time on the Ravens’ active roster this season. Jackson, Jimmy Smith, Danny Gorrer, Aaron Ross and Tramain Jacobs are all on injured reserve.