Michael Huff might be going from worst to first.
The safety, cut by the Raiders earlier this offseason, is reportedly going to visit the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens within the next few days, according to the The Baltimore Sun.
The 2006 first round pick played in all 16 games for the Raiders in 2012, finishing with two interceptions and 37 tackles.
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In 108 career games for the Raiders, Huff intercepted 11 passes, forced three fumbles and recorded 342 tackles.
Before being cut, Huff was scheduled to make $4 million in 2013.