Former Ravens safety Tom Zbikowski officially joined the Indianapolis Colts today.
Zbikowksi's agent, Ralph Cindrich tweeted today that his client has agreed to terms on a three-year deal with the Colts, who are coached by former Ravens defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano. Former Ravens defensive end Cory Redding signed with Indianapolis on Wednesday.
There was some confusion Friday evening about Zbikowski's situation. After The Chicago Tribune reported that Zbikowski had agreed to terms and the safety Tweeted about how he was headed to Indianapolis, Cindrich said on Twitter that there was no official agreement with the Colts. That agreement was reached this morning.
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Zbikowski, 26, started four games in 2011, making 23 tackles and recording one sack. He played 53 games in four seasons with the Ravens, making 14 starts. His most productive season was in 2009, when he picked off two passes -- the only two interceptions of his career -- and made a career-high 29 tackles.
The former Notre Dame standout has also made headlines with his fists. Zbikowski resumed his boxing career during the NFL lockout last spring, winning three bouts to improve to 4-0 as a professional. He bowed out of boxing in May, saying he wanted to put all his energy back into training for the 2011 NFL season.
On Friday, the Carolina Panthers announced that they had signed free agent safety Haruki Nakamura, who along with Zbikowski was drafted by the Ravens in 2008. With Nakamura and Zbikowski gone -- neither departure was a surprise -- the Ravens lack safety depth behind starters Ed Reed and Bernard Pollard.