It’s been no secret the Ravens have planned to add a safety at some point this offseason.
On Friday Ravens VP Ozzie Newsome announced that that they’ve signed Darian Stewart to a one-year deal.
Stewart has played his entire four-year NFL career with the St. Louis Rams, where he originally signed as a rookie free agent in 2010. The 5’11”, 214-pounder has appeared in 54 career games (19 starts).
To date Stewart has recorded 141 tackles (94 solo), four sacks, one interception, three forced fumbles and one fumble recovery.
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Stewart played under current Ravens assistant head coach and secondary coach Steve Spangulolo, while Spanulolo was the Rams head coach from 2010-2011.
Stewart, 25, is scheduled to take a physical in Baltimore on Sunday.