Ken Hamlin Officially Signs With the Ravens

Free agent safety Ken Hamlin officially signed with the Baltimore Ravens on Tuesday, signing a one-year contract after passing a physical.

Jamison Hensley reports the hard-hitting safety will wear #45.

Hamlin had agreed to terms with the Ravens last week.

A second-round pick by the Seattle Seahawks in 2003, Hamlin has 486 tackles, 5 quarterback sacks, 14 interceptions, and 41 passes defensed during his seven seasons in the NFL. Hamlin spent the last three seasons with the Dallas Cowboys, earning a trip to the Pro Bowl following the 2007 season. Hamlin was released by the Cowboys in early April, despite the club owing him over $1 million in guaranteed base salary for the 2010 season.

The 6-2, 209-pound Hamlin is expected to provide veteran depth behind starters Ed Reed and Dawan Landry, both of whom have dealt with injuries in recent seasons.

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