The Ravens have reached a two-year agreement with reserve linebacker and special teams player Albert McClellan, according to NFL sources.
No financial terms were immediately available on the deal for McClellan, who was scheduled to be a restricted free agent.
He was headed towards restricted free agency and both sides were interested in avoiding that. For Baltimore, they hold onto a versatile core “teams” guy with the ability to play both inside and outside linebacker.
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