The Ravens' free agent signings keep coming.
The team and cornerback Walt Harris have agreed in principle to a one-year contract, the Ravens announced.
Harris, 35, tried out for the Ravens during their final week of minicamps. He was offered a contract for the veteran minimum by GM Ozzie Newsome last week, but opted not to sign.
A 13-year veteran, Harris has seen time with four NFL teams, most recently the 49ers.
The 5-11, 196 pound corner missed the entire 2009 season because of a knee injury, but the Ravens put him through his paces in the two-day tryout earlier this month, and were pleased with what they saw both on the field and in his physical.
With Fabian Washington and Lardarius Webb recovering from ACL injuries, Harris provides an experienced backup option in the secondary. He joins Travis Fisher, Cary Williams, K.J. Gerard, Marcus Paschal and Prince Miller on the back end of the Ravens' cornerback depth chart.