Now that the
The Ravens could showcase
Other receivers on the roster such as
So, what about the free agent class?
One wide receiver that could fit the Ravens' scheme and that the team holds some interest in is
Whether Amendola is in the Ravens' price range is highly debatable.
Word is he wants a contract similar to the five-year, $30.775 million contract recently signed by
That's fairly expensive and the Ravens are about $12.263 million under the salary cap currently without issuing their restricted free agent tenders yet.
Amendola, 27, isn't expected to be back with the Rams and will be pursued by the
Amendola caught 63 passes for 666 yards last season, but was limited to 11 games due to injuries.
There are some durability concerns with Amendola, who's undersized and quick at 5-foot-11, 183 pounds.
The former Texas Tech standout broke his clavicle last season against the
Two seasons ago, Amendola broke his collarbone and didn't play the remainder of the season.
Three seasons ago, Amendola played every game and finished with 85 catches for 698 yards and three touchdowns.
Amendola is sure-handed, consistently creates separation and understands how to read defenses.
He's five years younger than Boldin. If the Ravens can somehow fit him into their budget, he would be a nice fit for this offense and provide an asset to quarterback
The safe bet is Amendola winds up elsewhere, but he's a player that's firmly on the Ravens' radar that they'll monitor the market for as the free agency signing period approaches Tuesday afternoon.