The Ravens handled some pre-camp business as players reported for training camp Wednesday, and in the process they signed wide receiver Dobson Collins and linebacker Kavell Conner.
Collins, 29, has played the last five years in the Canadian Football League. He previously spent time with the 49ers and Eagles.
The Ravens had previously announced that wide receivers Steve Smith Sr. and Breshad Perriman would start camp on the physically unable to perform list, and Mike Wallace did not pass his conditioning test Wednesday, so Collins should be in line for reps at the start of camp.
Conner, also 29, played the last two seasons with the Chargers and previously played four seasons with the Colts. He’s played in 78 career games, starting 46, and has three career fumble recoveries and two sacks.
Conner was a seventh-round pick of the Colts in 2010.
Their signings put the team’s roster at the preseason max of 90 players.