Around the League

Presented By

Kendrick Lewis leaves Texans for Baltimore Ravens

The Ravens are upgrading a secondary that was the defense's primary weakness late last season.

Baltimore has agreed to terms with former Houston Texans safety Kendrick Lewis on a three-year contract, the team announced Saturday.

Lewis, 26, started all 16 games last season, leading the Texans in tackles. Although he still had occasional issues in coverage, it was a nice bounce-back season after a disappointing 2013 campaign to close out his Chiefs career.

The Ravens were in need of a safety for several reasons. Darian Stewart defected to Denver, 2013 first-round pick Matt Elam has been a major bust to date and this year's draft class is billed as a weak one.

Expect Lewis to slot in opposite Will Hill in the starting lineup.

After failing to land former 49ers cornerback Perrish Cox, more moves should be on the way for Baltimore's defensive backfield.

The latest Around The NFL Podcast breaks down DeMarco Murray's move to the Eagles and breaks down which teams have been wise in free agency. Find more Around The NFL content on NFL NOW.

This article has been reproduced in a new format and may be missing content or contain faulty links. Please use the Contact Us link in our site footer to report an issue.

Related Content