Ravens and LB Daryl Smith reached agreement on a four-year, $16.1 million deal, per sources.
Fansided "Baltimore Ravens inside linebacker Daryl Smith was the “QB” of the defense last season, and had one of the most productive seasons of his career, turning things around after playing in just two games in 2012. Smith was forced to sign a one-year, prove-it deal for a ridiculously cheap $1.125..." February 16
Baltimore Sun "Ravens veteran middle linebacker Daryl Smith stabilized the defense this season after Ray Lewis' retirement. Signed in June to a one-year, $2.125 million contract, Smith delivered on the Ravens' relatively modest investment after being signed to the equivalent of a prove-it deal after an..." December 31
CSN Baltimore "If the regular season opened tomorrow mark down Daryl Smith and Josh Bynes as the starting inside linebackers. Both of them started Thursday night’s preseason opener against the Buccaneers. Both of them played well. And both drew effusive praise from coach John Harbaugh following Saturday’s..." August 11
Baltimore Sun "The Ravens have signed veteran free agent linebacker Daryl Smith to a one-year contract, a transaction intended to bolster depth at inside linebacker. Although terms weren't immediately available, sources told The Baltimore Sun this wasn't an expensive investment. The Ravens cut oft-injured..." June 06
Baltimore Sun "Veteran free agent linebacker Daryl Smith is firmly on the Ravens' radar with dialogue ongoing between the Super Bowl champions and the former Jacksonville Jaguars starter, according to sources. Although no deal has been reached yet, sources say the Ravens are interested in possibly signing him..." June 05
Jaguars free-agent LB Daryl Smith visiting Rams today.