OWINGS MILLS -- The Baltimore Ravens re-signed unrestricted free agent safety Gerome Sapp on Wednesday to an undisclosed contract.
It's believed to be a one-year deal for the special-teams standout.
Sapp, a former Baltimore draft pick from Notre Dame who was later released then reacquired last summer in a trade from the Indianapolis Colts for a conditional draft pick, played in 15 games last season with one start.
He finished with 12 tackles, two pass deflections and one forced fumble. He also registered 10 special-teams tackles last season.
Sapp's agent had said recently that he was close to a deal with Baltimore and that a contract would be finalized soon. Now, the deal is officially done. The transaction gives Baltimore three safeties under contract, including Sapp and starters Ed Reed and Dawan Landry.
Aaron Wilson covers the Baltimore Ravens for the Carroll County Times in Westminster, Maryland.
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