Ravens Sign Restricted Free Agent Willie Snead, Saints Fail To Match Deal

Ravens Sign Restricted Free Agent Willie Snead, Saints Fail To Match Deal

Ravens Sign Restricted Free Agent Willie Snead, Saints Fail To Match Deal

The Baltimore Ravens seem like they've needed wide receiver help forever.

The Saints made it clear Snead wasn't a priority when they tabbed him with an original-round RFA tender rather than spending $1 million more for a second-round tag.

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Willie Snead's time in New Orleans has come to an end.

The New Orleans Saints will not match the two-year offer sheet the Baltimore Ravens signed restricted free agent wide receiver Willie Snead to on Friday, making Snead a Raven. He opened last season on a three-game suspension related to an offseason arrest for driving while intoxicated, and in the 11 games he played, he had just eight catches for 92 yards.

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Though it could still draft some receivers this week, Baltimore has addressed its deficit at the position through free agency, signing Michael Crabtree and John Brown, and now with Snead; general manager Ozzie Newsome had pledged to change the team's receiving corps, and he clearly has taken steps in that direction.

Baltimore will ink Snead to a two-year deal reportedly worth $10.4 million. The Ravens' top two wide receivers from last season - Mike Wallace (free agent) and Jeremy Maclin (cut) - are now not on the team. The 25-year-old is unlikely to approach his 2015-16 efficiency stats - 68.4 percent catch rate, 9.1 yards per target - while playing with Joe Flacco instead of Drew Brees.

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