Report: Willie Snead tries out for Ravens

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Willie Snead visited the Ravens last week, and apparently they wanted to see more of the receiver.

Snead, a restricted free agent, tried out for Baltimore on Friday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.

The Saints tendered Snead, but they used the lowest tender so they will get no compensation should they decide against matching a deal with Ravens or anyone else.

Snead, 25, served a three-game suspension to open last season and caught only eight passes for 92 yards in 11 games. He made 141 catches for 1,879 yards and seven touchdowns in 2015-16.

The Ravens also had Michael Floyd try out Friday, per Yates, so they clearly remain in the market for receiver depth. They signed John Brown and Michael Crabtree. Baltimore also signed Ryan Grant, but he failed his physical.

5 responses to “Report: Willie Snead tries out for Ravens

  1. No matter what the Ravens do at this point, their offense is still going be boring as all get out. Too little too late. Ozzie missed the boat on the best WR draft in history by waiting until the 7th round to finally pick Michael Campanaro in 2014, whom is injury prone like crazy. Ozzie, then followed up that fail miserably by wasting a 1st round pick on Perriman, in 2015, whom the whole world knew couldn’t run a route or catch. Then, last year he waited until the 4th round to draft Chris Moore, whom shows some promise, but he’s a 4th round pick. This team needs a LEGIT #1 and we will never get one under Ozzie’s leadership. All these free agents that they’re bringing in aren’t going to do anything. Crabtree is going to get double manned all day, then who is Joe going to throw to?

  2. just take DJ Moore with the #16 pick and go with what you’ve got. We need a ILB and a safety who can cover

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