Ravens sign Ex-Seahawks S Thomas

Ravens sign Ex-Seahawks S Thomas

Ravens sign Ex-Seahawks S Thomas

Thomas made six Pro Bowls while with the Seahawks, who drafted him with the number 14 overall pick out of Texas in 2010, the second pick of the Pete Carroll/John Schneider era, and was a first team All-Pro pick three times.

The 29-year-old is coming off a season where he fractured his leg. The 2011 Defensive Player of the Year and seven-time Pro Bowl selection has 132½ career sacks, most among active National Football League players and tied for 13th most in National Football League history.

One of the top free agent running backs is off the market, and it could impact what the Eagles do next at the position.

Thomas makes the Ravens' already stacked secondary better, but is that group good enough to cover a linebacking corps that suddenly lacks star power? It could also help the Dallas defense take a step forward in 2019.

The agreement, which can not be signed until after the new league year begins at 4 p.m. ET today, is for three years and $15 million. "Though it's time to move on, this team will always mean so much to me".

Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson set a new record for rushing attempts as a signal-caller last season, despite starting just seven games as a rookie.

It's not earth-shattering money, yet still a healthy deal for a running back who will turn 30 this season and has more than 1,300 career carries.

Previous reporting indicated that Ingram's most likely landing spot is Baltimore. Suggs returned to Arizona, where he played in high school and college, after receiving a one-year, $7 million deal from the Cardinals.

Ingram's former team, the New Orleans Saints, signed former Minnesota Vikings running back Latavius Murray. The focus is on the running game - and even if the boost he provides is minor, Ingram fortifies talent and depth in the backfield.

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