ProFootballTalk.com and RaiderBeat.com are reporting that former Ravens fullback Lorenzo Neal has agreed to terms with the Oakland Raiders.
The former three-time Pro-Bowler had expressed an interest to remain in football for his 17th season. Neal was signed by the Ravens during Training Camp in 2008. He played in all 16 games last year, starting five, as well as all three playoff contests where he helped clear the way for the league's fourth highest rushing last year.
**Willis McGahee**, **Ray Rice** and **Le’Ron McClain** were a formidable three-headed rushing attack with Neal blocking in 2008. McGahee ran for 671 yards and seven touchdowns, Rice had 454 yards on the ground and McClain ran for 902 yards and 10 scores on his way to his first Pro Bowl.
The Raiders will be Neal's eighth team during his illustrious career. Prior to playing for the Ravens, he played for the Saints, Jets, Buccaneers, Titans, Bengals and Chargers.