Former Chargers safety Eric Weddle is headed to Baltimore.
The three-time Pro-Bowl player inked a four-year deal with the Ravens Monday, ending the mystery of where he would end up after it became clear that his relationship with the Chargers was over.
According to The San Diego Union-Tribune, the deal is worth $29 million and includes $13 million in guaranteed money. Weddle, 31, will receive $9 million in 2016, making him the second-highest paid safety in the NFL this year, behind the Chiefs’ Eric Berry, who will pocket $10.8 million.
Weddle — the only safety in the NFL to be named first or second team All-Pro for five straight seasons (2010-14) — will join former San Diego teammate Shareece Wright in Baltimore, who signed with the Ravens last week.
Last week, the Chargers signed former Colts safety Dwight Lowery to a three-year deal, and on Sunday, the team inked former Packers CB Casey Hayward to its roster. It’s likely that general manager Tom Telesco isn’t done making moves in the secondary just yet.