The Ravens have brought back running back Justice Hill on a two-year deal, keeping a dynamic and versatile player in the fold.
Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, it's a $4.5 million deal for the Ravens' fourth-round pick in 2019.
Baltimore will now return its trio of talented running backs with Hill joining J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards to form one of the league's top units.
Hill, 25, returned from an Achilles tear that sidelined him for the entire 2021 season to have a strong 2022 campaign.
Hill became one of the team's best special teams players and showed his burst as a backup to Dobbins and Edwards. The 2019 fourth-round pick set career-highs in rushing yards (262), yards per rush (5.3), and receptions (12) last season.
In Todd Monken's new offense that is looking to utilizing more "space" players, Hill's explosiveness could lead to more opportunities.
The Ravens already had Dobbins and Edwards, who reportedly worked out a contract restructure, back on the 2023 roster. Now with Hill, Baltimore maintains a talented and diversified trio.