Ravens Will Not Sign Michael Brockers As Reported

Former Los Angeles Rams defensive end Michael Brockers during an NFL regular season game.

The Ravens will not sign free agent defensive lineman Michael Brockers as previously reported after being unable to come to an agreement on terms of a contract. 

A reported three-year, $30 million deal was reached in principle on March 16. However, it had yet to be finalized and announced by the Ravens.

Brockers was carted off the field due to an ankle injury in the Los Angeles Rams' regular-season finale on Dec. 29. Because of the COVID-19 epidemic and restricted travel, teams have had trouble finalizing deals with a medical examination by their own doctors.

The Ravens officially announced their acquisition of defensive end Calais Campbell, as well as one-year deals with defensive linemen Jihad Ward and Justin Ellis.

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