Owings Mills, MD (Sports Network) - The reigning Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens brought fullback Vonta Leach back into the fold on Monday.
No terms of the deal were disclosed, but multiple sources have indicated it is a two-year deal.
Leach was cut by the Ravens back in early June after the club was unable to work out a restructured deal for the nine-year veteran, who eventually became the ninth departed player that started in Super Bowl XLVII (Leach, Anquan Boldin, Matt Birk, Ray Lewis, Dannell Ellerbe, Ma'ake Kemoeatu, Cary Williams, Ed Reed and Bernard Pollard).
The 31-year-old East Carolina product drew little serious interest on the free-agent market, only getting nibbles from the New York Giants and Houston Texans.
Leach has caught 112 passes for 749 yards and four touchdowns in 130 career games with the Ravens, Houston Texans and Green Bay Packers since 2004.