The Baltimore Ravens have agreed to a contract with former Cleveland Browns draft bust Trent Richardson, according to AL.com.
Richardson flew to Baltimore Sunday night and was signed after working out for team officials Monday morning, according to the report. Richardson has been in contact with the Ravens since late February and originally worked out for the team in early March, and coach John Harbaugh had already said that there was an unofficial agreement with Richardson, but there were still a few things he had to meet.
Richardson was the fourth pick in the NFL Draft, and just has not been able to turn the leaf at the NFL level. He looks like he is ready, and the former Heisman Trophy Winner will do his best to gain the trust of the Ravens offensive staff.