Owings Mills, MD (SportsNetwork.com) - It didn't take long for Kyle Arrington to find a new home.
The cornerback was released by the New England Patriots on Monday and agreed to terms with the Baltimore Ravens on Wednesday night.
According to the team's Twitter feed, the three-year deal is pending a physical.
Arrington spent the past six seasons with the Patriots after joining the team as a practice squad player. He started 56 of the 86 games in which he played for New England.
The 28-year-old Maryland native has nine career interceptions, seven coming during the 2011 season when he tied Charles Woodson and Eric Weddle for the NFL lead. He scored touchdowns on a fumble recovery and a blocked field goal last season.