The Baltimore Ravens watched a lot of well-known players walk out the door over the last few weeks. Now they are bringing in veterans to replace them at fair prices. Heck, the Ravens might have found upgrades.

The Ravens announced Wednesday that they agreed to terms with former Oakland Raiders safety Michael Huff. NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reported the contract is a three-year deal worth $6 million. The move makes a ton of sense. Huff, 30, is a lot younger than Ed Reed. Huff provides similar centerfield ability and can line up at cornerback if necessary.

Huff, who also visited with the Dallas Cowboys, has played at a high level for much of his career in Oakland. (Although he has declined somewhat recently.) He might not be a difference maker at this stage of his career, but he upgrades a very thin safety position for Baltimore. He's a smart, attacking player that has often been lost on awful defenses.