The Ravens have begun bringing in new talent as they spend the offseason shaping their offense around Lamar Jackson.
The team is expected to sign running back Mark Ingram, according to Adam Schefter.
Ingram is signing a three-year, $15 million deal and joins former Seahawks safety Earl Thomas in free agents who have signed with the black and purple.
Drafted by the New Orleans Saints in the first-round of the 2011 NFL Draft, Ingram appeared in 106 games over eight seasons carrying the ball 1,338 times for 6,007 yards (4.5 avg.) and 50 touchdowns while recording 228 receptions for 1,598 yards and five touchdowns. The Saints' all-time leader in rushing touchdowns, Ingram is tied for second in Saints history in total touchdowns and ranks fifth in total yards from scrimmage (7,605).
Sharing the workload with fellow running back Alvin Kamara the last two seasons, Ingram finished 2018 with 138 carries for 645 yards, averging 4.7 yards per carry and six touchdowns.
The 29-year-old is expected to join Gus Edwards and Kenneth Dixon in the Ravens' backfield. Ty Montgomery and Javorius Allen are both unrestricted free agents.
Whether Ingram will be the Ravens' No. 1 back Week 1 is to be determined. Back in February, head coach John Harbaugh said Edwards was their "No.1 running back going in,' but that "We’re going to put some competition in there for him, too, and we’ll see how he responds to it.”
NBC Sports Washington's Rachel Hopmayer contributed to this story.
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