Now that Super Bowl 50 is over, NFL teams can begin officially waiving players, and signing players to their 90-man offseason rosters.

The Cincinnati Bengals have already added several guys this offseason to future contracts, and they just announced two more additions to the team in the form of cornerback Chykie Brown and offensive tackle Darryl Baldwin. Both players have previous ties to the Baltimore Ravens, so Cincinnati should have some familiarity with them, especially Brown.

Last year, Brown was signed by the New York Giants to a two-year, $2-million deal before being released during final roster cuts. He was dealing with a knee sprain that cost him most of the preseason, which helped lead to his release and no team showing much interest in him since. He spent the 2015 season not on an NFL roster.

Brown originally played with the Ravens for a little over three seasons after they took him in the fifth round of the 2011 NFL draft out of Texas. You may also remember him from being on the wrong end of an A.J. Green game-winning touchdown in Baltimore during the 2014 season.