Kevin Toliver, former LSU CB, released by Baltimore Ravens
Kevin Toliver, an undrafted free agent out of LSU, is looking for a new NFL team after he was waived by the Baltimore Ravens.
Toliver joined the Ravens’ practice squad Nov. 23 and signed a futures contract with the Ravens on Jan. 10. He did not see any action with the Ravens in 2021, Pro Football Talk reported. The Ravens were his third NFL team.
Toliver came out of LSU in 2018, but he signed with the Bears as an undrafted free agent and made the roster. He played 27 games with 2 starts in 2 seasons in Chicago.
The Broncos signed him to their practice squad in 2020, and he played two games for them before a torn ACL ended his season. He did not play a game in 2021.
In his career, Toliver has 32 tackles and four pass breakups.
The Ravens have waived CB Kevin Toliver.
— Field Yates (@FieldYates) May 26, 2022
In his LSU career, Toliver was a part-time starter for the Tigers for 3 years before he opted to forgo senior season and entered into the 2018 NFL Draft. Overall, he played in 31 games with 18 starts and made 112 tackles, 4 tackles for loss and 2 sacks during his career. In 2017, Toliver played in 12 games with 5 starts.
Toliver will look to join a new team as training camps open ahead of this season.