The Ravens continued to alter the fringes of their 90-man training camp roster Thursday, signing Logan Payne, a 27-year-old wide receiver who has spent most of his pro career on practice squads.
To make room for Payne, the team waived fullback Jamison Berryhill, an undrafted rookie.
Payne is the fourth player the Ravens have signed in the past 24 hours, following linebackers Ricky Brown and Darryl Blackstock and guard Cord Howard.
The 6-2, 205-pound Payne, who played his college ball at the University of Minnesota, entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent signed by the Seattle Seahawks in 2007. He has since played in just two regular-season games, catching three passes for the Seahawks in 2008.
A knee injury cut short his chance to prove himself in Seattle that year, and he has since spent time on the practice squads of the Detroit Lions, Kansas City Chiefs, Minnesota Vikings and New York Jets.
He spent the 2011 season on the Jets injured reserve list after suffering a dislocated elbow during the preseason. The Jets waived him three months ago.
Payne becomes the 12th receiver on the Ravens 90-man camp roster. Anquan Boldin and Torrey Smith are the starters, and Jacoby Jones is projected as the No. 3 target. The other receivers fighting for roster spots are Tandon Doss, LaQuan Williams, Tommy Streeter, David Reed, Devin Goda, Dorian Graham, Deonte Thompson, Patrick Williams and Payne.