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Baltimore did exactly that, pulling the trigger on a deal with former New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram, per ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Thomas, the former Pro Bowl safety for the Seattle Seahawks, reportedly inked a four-year, $55 million with $32 million fully guaranteed, according to reports.

The safety played in only four games for the Seattle Seahawks last season after suffering a broken leg during Seattle's Week 4 game.

A first-round pick in 2010, Thomas was part of Seahawks defenses that led the National Football League in scoring defense for four straight seasons from 2012 to 2015, a feat never before accomplished during the Super Bowl era.

The Saints are preparing to make an addition to their backfield. Ingram is 29 years old.

The Seahawks also have a history of finding defensive backs that they can mold into strong players in their system. The Ravens' verbal agreement with Thomas on what is a. "Though it's time to move on, this team will always mean so much to me".

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Tuesday, the New Orleans Saints agreed to a contract with Minnesota Vikings running back Latavius Murray.

Previous reporting indicated that Ingram's most likely landing spot is Baltimore. The Alabama product recorded 138 attempts for 645 rushing yards and six touchdowns last season.

Ingram run with a similar style as Edwards and Dixon, who remain under contract for 2019.

While the Baltimore's receiving depth has thinned this offseason, the team re-signed blocking tight end Nick Boyle and added an extra bruising ball-carrier by agreeing to a deal with Ingram.

The Ravens have shipped Joe Flacco out of town, but the town won't forget him any time soon.