His 2018 season ended on September 30th when he broke his left leg, which is the same leg that he broke in December of 2016. The injury occurred against the Arizona Cardinals, as he underwent surgery just a few days later. He will turn 30 years of age in May, but does have six Pro Bowl selections in nine NFL seasons. He has also been named to the first-team All-Pro three times, and has 28 career interceptions, which is good for third among active players since 2010. At one point, he started 107 consecutive games, which is the second-longest streak in Seahawks history, Once he recovers from this current injury, he will hope to be the same efficient player for a Ravens team that is famous for always having a dominating defense.
They added a bit more bunch in their speed-filled offense that is now led by quarterback Lamar Jackson, as the signing of Mark Ingram will add a bit more size to their run game. Jackson himself is a big part of the rushing attack, but will finally have a consistent threat to hand off to. The contract for Ingram is said to be for three years and $15 million. this comes after he turned down a four-year, $17 million offer from the Saints, which included $5 million in guaranteed money. That led to the Saints adding former Minnesota Vikings running back Latavius Murray.
The Ravens have been in search for a running back this entire off-season, but are said to have never fully pursue Le'Veon Bell. Instead, they've had their eyes on Ingram the entire time, as this signing will put an end to their running back by committee guidelines. Justin Forsett, Terrance West, Alex Collins, and Gus Edwards all saw time back there in 2018, but Ingram will be the starter that he wasn't in New Orleans. The former Alabama Crimson Tide was a backup to Alvin Kamara, who has taken off at the running back position. Ingram will turn 30 years old in December, but is a former first-round pick, Heisman Trophy winner, and two-time Pro Bowler.