OWINGS MILLS, Md., June 9 (UPI) -- Seven-time Pro Bowl defensive back Deion Sanders has re-signed with the Baltimore Ravens.
Sanders passed a lengthy physical from Ravens' physicians and then signed a one-year, $1.5 million contract, the Baltimore Sun reported Thursday.
Saying he has "unfinished business" to handle, Sanders announced his intention to play a 14th season in the NFL at a Baltimore news conference.
"If this is the last go-round, I want to go out with everything I've got," he said.
Sanders, whose flashy style earned him the nickname "Prime Time," returned to the NFL last year after a three-year retirement. But his playing time was limited to appearances in nine games by a series of injuries, including an injury to his left foot that required surgery earlier this year. His total of three interceptions last year was second among all Ravens.
Sanders will be 38 when the season opens but brings to the Ravens a reputation as one of the top defensive backs and punt returners in recent NFL history. He has intercepted 51 passes in his career, returning nine for touchdowns.