A source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter that Beckham reached agreement with the club on a one-year deal that includes $15 million guaranteed, per source. In total, the deal is worth up to $18 million with incentives.
The deal comes a month after Beckham’s camp was considering several options following a free agency workout in Arizona. About a dozen NFL teams attended the workout, a source told ESPN, and the Ravens were among them.
According to the source, coaches and scouts from the Kansas City Chiefs, Buffalo Bills, New England Patriots and New York Giants were also there to see Beckham, a three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver who sat out last season while recovering from a torn ACL.
Beckham, 30, made free agency visits to the Giants, Bills and Dallas Cowboys in December but ultimately decided not to sign with a team. Because he missed last year, he was free to sign with any team at any time.