The Baltimore Ravens have agreed to terms with Michael McAdoo, a former North Carolina defensive end who was not selected as part of the NFL Supplemental Draft on Monday.

According to the Ravens' Twitter account, head coach John Harbaugh said McAdoo was traveling to Baltimore after agreeing to the deal.

McAdoo was declared ineligible by the NCAA for academic misconduct and missed the entire 2010 season, then unsuccessfully appealed the ruling in an effort to be reinstated for the 2011 campaign.

As a sophomore in 2009, McAdoo finished with 20 tackles, including seven for loss, and one sack. He added 2 1/2 sacks as a freshman in 2008.