Free agent cornerback Bryan McCann has agreed to a two-year deal with the Baltimore Ravens, Calvin Watkins of ESPN Dallas reports.
Originally signed by the Dallas Cowboys as an undrafted free agent out of Southern Methodist in 2010, McCann was waived after last year's training camp and claimed by the Ravens, who kept him on their 53-man roster for the first week of the regular season.
Released and re-signed to the practice squad, McCann was elevated to the active roster in November and recorded 15 tackles, recovered two fumbles on special teams, and returned his one interception 101 yards for a touchdown and averaged 22 yards on 23 kick returns in nine games as a rookie. McCann earned NFL Rookie of the Week honors following his 97-yard punt return for a touchdown in Week 11.
McCann had a pass defensed and 39 return yards in two games with the Cowboys this season before he was waived so the club could sign wide receiver Laurent Robinson.