Justin Houston and Baltimore Ravens agree on a 1-year deal

Justin Houston and Baltimore Ravens agree on a 1-year deal

Justin Houston The Baltimore Ravens It was announced that the four-time Pro-Bowl Outside Linebacker, a 1-year deal was reached to allow him to return to the team.

Houston was also offered by the Ravens, just like the one that Houston received from the Ravens. Kansas City Chiefs Did with Melvin Ingram To ensure his return to Baltimore.

Houston was the Ravens' first quarterback hit leader. However, he was only credited with 4.5 sacks in his first season. This is the second consecutive season that Houston has had a decrease in his sack production.

Houston, who turned 33 on January 1, became the 39th NFL player to surpass 100 career sacks. His 102 total sacks are fourth in the league, since he joined the NFL in 2011

Houston was a strong leader in Baltimore. He stayed after practice to assist the Ravens' pass-rushers with their moves. His rookie first-round pick nicknamed him “Yoda”. Odafe Oweh.

Houston was a Chiefs third-round selection in 2011. He has 484 tackles and 165 quarterback hits. Houston also had 17 forced fumbles recoveries. Houston also had 4 interceptions. Houston played 11 seasons with the Chiefs. Indianapolis Colts Ravens.

Jamison Hennesley from ESPN contributed to this report.

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