There have been conflicting reports, meanwhile, on the Ravens' interest in superstar running back Le'Veon Bell. The only two teams whose running backs totaled more than 387 carries were the Seahawks and the Patriots.
The Ravens are in an offseason of change, and after losing a host of core players, Baltimore restocked Wednesday, reportedly striking deals with free agent safety Earl Thomas and free agent running back Mark Ingram.
We might not see the Ravens be quite as run-based as we saw in the second half last season, but they seem to understand it's going to be a big part of their identity.
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Then just minutes later, the Ravens added a staring running back into the mix as well.
Thomas missed all but four games last season after suffering a broken leg against the Arizona Cardinals in September.
The former Alabama All-American had spent the first eight seasons of his National Football League career with the New Orleans Saints. The Saints offensive line hasn't always been as good as it is now, but Ingram has managed to tally at least 4.3 yards per carry in each of the last six seasons. For his career, he's rushed 3,698 yards and 883 yards receiving for a combined 34 touchdowns.