The Ravens announced Thursday that Forsett agreed to a three-year deal to remain the team's lead back. NFL Media's Albert Breer reports the deal is worth about $9 million.
The 29-year-old journeyman enjoyed a breakout season in Baltimore in 2014, becoming the workhouse in the Ravens' zone-running scheme. Forsett galloped for 1,266 yards on 237 carries with eight touchdowns.
The former Cal Berkeley back told NFL Media columnist Michael Silver he was hoping to get out of the "friend zone" after spending his first seven seasons with five teams. Forsett finally got a proposal from the Ravens.