Earl Thomas to sign with Baltimore Ravens

Earl Thomas to sign with Baltimore Ravens

The addition of Ingram gives Baltimore another running back option to help out quarterback Lamar Jackson.

The Packers and Lions could both use a runner of Ingram's caliber and experience, too.

Ingram will leave the New Orleans Saints to sign a three-year, $15 million deal in Baltimore, Schefter said.

Former Seattle Seahawk and free agent safety Earl Thomas is expected to sign with the Baltimore Ravens, according to reports Wednesday morning.

In all likelihood, that will end Mark Ingram's tenure in New Orleans after eight seasons.

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The Ravens had never even been connected to Thomas, the 29-year-old former member of the Seattle Seahawks who was the creme of a very deep safety crop, during the walk up to free agency. While Ingram may be an above-average running back, the Saints running backs combined to score one every 20.8 carries over the last three years.

We might not see the Ravens be quite as run-based as we saw in the second half last season, but they seem to understand it's going to be a big part of their identity.

In eight National Football League seasons, Ingram has run for 6,007 yards and 50 touchdowns on 1,321 carries and caught 228 passes for 1,598 yards and five touchdowns.

That's a higher rushing total than the over/under projection at that has Murray at 725.5 rushing yards and six touchdowns on the season.