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Ravens add safety Kendrick Lewis

Kendrick Lewis, Trent Richardson

Kendrick Lewis, Trent Richardson

AP

The Ravens have added to their options at safety.

Baltimore has agreed to a three-year contract with Houston free safety Kendrick Lewis, Adam Schefter of ESPN reported Saturday.

The 26-year-old Lewis started all 16 games for the Texans in 2014, making 84 stops, defending six passes and hauling in two interceptions. He previously played four seasons for Kansas City, starting 50-of-53 contests in that span.

Lewis (6-0, 198) replaces Darian Stewart, who signed with Denver, on the Baltimore depth chart. Lewis, Will Hill and Matt Elam are the Ravens’ top three safeties entering the draft.

Lewis ranks 104th in PFT’s free agent ratings.