Just nine days after being reinstated by Commissioner Roger Goodell from a one-year suspension, Donte’ Stallworth is back on an NFL roster.
PFT’s Mike Florio reports that the Ravens signed Stallworth to a one-year, $900,000 contract. He can also earn up to $300,000 in playing time incentives.
SI’s Peter King first tweeted the news that Stallworth will sign, and we can confirm the deal is done.
It’s a low-risk, medium reward signing for the Ravens; they add a much-needed vertical threat for Joe Flacco. Stallworth, always a well-liked member of the teams he’s played for, hinted at the move in a tweet to his brother late Tuesday.
“I’m making moves mañana boi boi… I’ll let u know when it goes down,” Stallworth said.
It’s gone down.