Cut last week by the Texans, receiver/kick returner Jacoby Jones already has met with the Panthers. And now he has met with the Ravens.
The meeting occurred on Sunday, according to Mark Berman of FOX 26 in Houston.
A five-year veteran, Jones has been a decent but not spectacular wideout, generating in the neighborhood of 500 receiving yards per season in each of the last three years. He’s had a bigger impact as a return specialist, with four career scores on kicks and punts.
A recent item in the Charlotte Observer said that, in addition to the Panthers, Jones is scheduled to meet with two more teams.
With Torrey Smith, the Ravens no longer need a deep threat. But if they could get both of them on the field at the same time, the underneath routes would be far more available to veteran Anquan Boldin.
The Ravens added Tommy Streeter in the sixth round of the draft. Baltimore currently has nine receivers on the roster.