Ingram has been one of the best running backs in the National Football League over the past few years, and has spent his entire career in the "Big Easy".
Per Adam Schefter, the deal is woth $14.4 million over four years, which is a little rich for the Vikings' blood, especially after the team signed Anthony Barr.
ESPN.com reported that the Ravens and safety Earl Thomas have agreed to a four-year, $55 million deal with $32 million guaranteed. That amounted to an average of 11.5 carries per game and 4.7 yards per attempt.
We might not see the Ravens be quite as run-based as we saw in the second half last season, but they seem to understand it's going to be a big part of their identity. He also had 21 receptions for 170 yards and one touchdown.
The Baltimore Ravens are thought to be the favorite to land the former first-round drafted running back from Alabama.
During Thomas' best years in Seattle, the Seahawks had six consecutive winning seasons, three division titles, and two NFC championships along with their Super Bowl title. A two-time Pro Bowler, Ingram set the Saints' franchise record for career rushing touchdowns in 2018 and ended the season 89 yards behind Deuce McAllister for New Orleans' all-time rushing lead.