Veteran cornerback Walt Harris has agreed to a one-year contract with the Baltimore Ravens, the team announced Thursday.
Financial terms weren't disclosed, but the deal will be completed after Harris, 35, passes a physical.
Harris has played 13 seasons in the NFL, although he missed last season while recovering from a knee injury. Harris tried out for the Ravens two weeks ago, according to the team's official Web site, and said his knee felt good.
Harris has played with four NFL teams, most recently the San Francisco 49ers from 2006 to 2008. Harris was named to the Pro Bowl in 2006, when he had a career-high eight interceptions.
Harris gives the Ravens depth at a position where Lardarius Webb and Fabian Washington are both returning from knee surgery. Ravens coach John Harbaugh has said Washington and Webb are "ahead of schedule" in their recoveries, according to the team site.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.