Lardarius Webb won’t be going anywhere.
Webb, the Ravens cornerback who became a restricted free agent last month, has agreed to a six-year contract to remain in Baltimore, the team announced today.
The deal has a total value of $50 million, a $10 million signing bonus and more than $20 million guaranteed, NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora reports.
“Lardarius is an important player for the Ravens and we’re very happy he will be with us for a long time,” Ravens General Manager Ozzie Newsome said in as statement. “We have a good history of completing second contracts for targeted players we want to keep for the long haul.”
The 26-year-old Webb became a starter in Baltimore in 2011 after two years as a backup and had an excellent season. The Ravens expect him to have many more excellent seasons ahead.