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Kyle Van Noy is Sticking Around in Baltimore, Signing a Two-Year Deal on Thursday

Veteran edge rusher Kyle Van Noy is staying in Baltimore. According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Baltimore Ravens announced on Thursday that Van Noy would be returning on a two-year contract worth up to $9,000,000, $1,000,000 of which is incentive-based.

Van Noy signed a one-year deal with the Ravens late last September. Coming into the program behind the eight-ball, the multi-time Super Bowl winner picked up 30 tackles, nine tackles for loss, four passes defended, two forced fumbles, and a career-high nine sacks in a year where the Ravens led the league in that latter category. He has 500 tackles, 42.5 sacks, 72 quarterback hits, 12 forced fumbles, nine fumble recoveries, and three interceptions in his career.

Getting Van Noy to stay is a massive win for the Ravens. He will be a big part of the Ravens' pass rush as Jadeveon Clowney signed with the Carolina Panthers in free agency. Van Noy is a great pass rusher who can drop into coverage and play the run if needed, which is something the Ravens need. He was a major reason the Ravens made it to the AFC championship game last year.

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