And it didn’t take much time for that link to become more substantive.
According to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, there is “mutual interest” between the team and the free agent.
Clark caught 47 passes for the Bucs last year, the first time he had played 16 games since 2009. Of course, he caught 100 passes that year for the Colts, so he’s obviously a different player.
The 34-year-old isn’t much of a downfield threat anymore, but he is a serviceable veteran, which isn’t something the Ravens are overflowing with at the moment.