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Draft Scout Chris Greenwood News
09/01/15 - DB Chris Greenwood was placed on reserve/injured by the Ravens Monday (Aug. 31).
09/01/15 - CB Chris Greenwood was waived from reserve/injured with an injury settlement by the Ravens Tuesday (Sept. 1).
12/17/14 - CB Chris Greenwood was signed off the Minnesota Vikings' practice squad. Drafted by the Detroit Lions in the fifth round in 2012 out of Division III Albion College, Greenwood joins the Ravens after the team placed cornerback Asa Jackson on injured reserve Tuesday. Jackson was the fifth Ravens cornerback to be declared out for the season. A big cornerback at 6 feet 1, 193 pounds, Greenwood has played in three career games and has six tackles. Greenwood has run the 40-yard dash in 4.42 seconds.
10/17/13 - --CB Chris Greenwood was released. He signed with the team on Sept. 25. He did not play in a game.
09/25/13 - CB Chris Greenwood was signed off the Detroit Lions' practice squad to take defensive end Anthony Spencer's spot on the roster after he was placed on injured reserve. Greenwood was a fifth-round pick of the Lions in 2012 out of Albion College who the Cowboys also had an eye on in that draft. He sat out his rookie season on the PUP list with a torn abdominal muscle. Greenwood, 6-1, 193, had two tackles in preseason for the Lions and was signed to their practice squad. "He's a guy that we spent a lot of time with prior to the draft," coach Jason Garrett said Wednesday. "Had a workout with him at Albion. Brought him in for the '30' visit. Big, long, tall corner.
"We were looking for an opportunity to sign a big, young corner who we could develop and maybe have a role on our football team, and he fit the bill, so we went ahead and made that decision."