The ravens are not finished trying to rebuild their receiving corps.
According to several reports that PFT has confirmed, the Ravens Saints have signed up for a two-year offer to free agent Willie Snead, worth up to $ 10.4 million.
The Saints have five days to fit in, though it seems unlikely.
The Saints signed Bear's RFA Cameron Meredith to join a group of Michael Thomas and Ted Ginn. It seems that Snead leaves a lot of room at any price. They also brought back Brandon Coleman.
The Ravens have churned up the position, getting rid of Mike Wallace, Jeremy Maclin and Michael Campanaro, and brought free agents Michael Crabtree and John Brown into play.
Snead last caught just eight passes a year, but was productive of his first two years with the Saints, catching 69 and 72 passes. A three-game suspension last year put him out of the game early on, but the Ravens obviously think he can get back into shape.