Former Ravens starting strong safety James Ihedigbo has joined the Detroit Lions.
It's a two-year contract, according to a source.
Ihedigbo has been negotiating with the Lions since late last week and agreed to terms tonight.
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The Ravens agreed to a one-year contract with former St. Louis Rams safety Darian Stewart on Friday as they opted not to match offers for Ihedigbo.
Ihedigbo, 30, had a career-high 101 tackles and three interceptions last season.
He visited the Lions last week.
Now, he's reunited with Lions defensive coordinator Teryl Austin, his secondary coach the past two seasons in Baltimore, and Lions head coach Jim Caldwell, the former Ravens offensive coordinator.
Ihedigbo recorded two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery and finished second on the Ravens in tackles behind middle linebacker Daryl Smith.
For his career, Ihedigbo has registered 244 career tackles, six sacks and three forced fumbles.