Bobby Wagner's back in the NFC West to chase a Super Bowl ring. The longtime Seattle Seahawks All-Pro linebacker has agreed to terms with the Los Angeles Rams,

the team announced Thursday. Wagner is getting a five-year, $50 million deal in Los Angeles worth up to $65 million with incentives,

NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported. Richard Sherman, Wagner's former teammate in Seattle, first announced the news.

The Seahawks' all-time great, who also had visited with the Ravens, is now set to face his old club twice during the 2022 season,

and the L.A. native is happy to be coming home and "excited for this new chapter," as he wrote Thursday night on Instagram.

News of Wagner's release came on March 8, a franchise-altering day for the Seahawks, as it was hours after they agreed to trade quarterback Russell Wilson to the Denver Broncos.

Consequently, Wagner and the Rams will host Wilson and the Broncos this season, as well. The Seahawks' loss is the Rams' latest starry addition.

Wagner will join an L.A. defense that boasts defensive lineman Aaron Donald, cornerback Jalen Ramsey and linebacker Leonard Floyd.

It's also the latest offseason splash for general manager Les Snead, who previously orchestrated an extension 

for quarterback Matthew Stafford and the signing of wide receiver Allen Robinson.

Bobby Wagner to five year