The Baltimore Ravens reached a six-year agreement with cornerback Lardarius Webb, the team announced Thursday.
A league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter that Webb agreed to a five-year, $50 million extension with a $10 million signing bonus. The extension will begin after the 2012 season.
A third-round pick by the Ravens in 2009, Webb was a restricted free agent this year and had received a first-round tender ($2.74 million).
Webb, 26, was among the biggest surprises on the Ravens' defense last season. Injuries pushed Webb into the starting lineup during training camp and he ended up being one of the top cornerbacks in the AFC North.