Anquan Boldin leaves the Cardinals as their all-time leader in receptions, ranking third in receiving yards, and fifth in receiving touchdowns.
He joins the Ravens hoping to make just as big an impact in Baltimore.
"I'm definitely excited," Boldin said in a statement released by the team. "For me, I've been hoping for this for a year since I first heard that the Ravens might be interested in me. I even talked with Ray [Lewis] about it a year ago.
"I really look at this as a great opportunity for me. They love football in Baltimore. I know that from when the Cardinals played there a few years ago. That place was loud, very impressive by the fans. The Ravens play a certain way. They play as hard and as physical as any team in the league, and I want to add to that. I think I play the way they play."
Boldin has put up some impressive numbers in his seven years in the league.
Since he was drafted in 2003, his 586 receptions are the seventh most in the NFL and his 7,520 receiving yards rank sixth. Boldin's 79.2 receiving yards per game during the eight-year span put him second behind only Steve Smith's 80.3.
Boldin has made at least 56 receptions in every season he's played, including two years where he broke the century mark (2003 and 2005).
The three-time Pro Bowler made the Super Bowl with Arizona in 2008; now he's looking to make the next step and earn a title.
"I'm a piece of the puzzle for [the Ravens]," Boldin said. "They have a great group of guys over there. They can run the ball behind a very good line with three running backs as good as anyone's.
"The young quarterback, Joe Flacco, has already made his mark - two playoff teams in two years. That's obviously pretty good. And, that defense... Everyone knows what they bring to every game.
"I'm just happy to be going to a team that has a lot going for it. I believe I can help them, maybe get them to another level. I think I'll fit in with them. It's going to be a lot of fun being a Raven."