The Ravens announced on Saturday that they have signed defensive end Calais Campbell to a two-year deal.
According to NFL Network reporters, the total salary is $12.5 million, including an additional $4 million in incentive bonus provisions.
This will also be the 15th year in the league for the 35-year-old Campbell, who briefly considered retiring but saw the Rams win a title that reignited the fight. Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson and safety Tony Jefferson II welcomed Campbell on Twitter.
Campbell has been selected to the Pro Bowl six times, and the rushing pass was once his proud propaganda word. Over the past two years, though, Campbell has focused more on running defense, but still managed 4.5 sacks in that span. So far in his career, Campbell has completed 773 tackles and 93.5 sacks.