Baltimore Ravens Schedule Meeting With Free Agent Wide Receiver Josh Reynolds

The Baltimore Ravens are on the hunt for a veteran pass catcher in the late stages of free agency. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Ravens will visit with former Detroit Lions wide receiver Josh Reynolds on Friday.

The Ravens also met with former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup on Thursday. Evidently, they're looking for depth behind promising wide receiver Zay Flowers and three-time Pro Bowl tight end Mark Andrews.

Reynolds was an explosive, productive wide receiver in a limited role for the Lions last season, totalling 608 receiving yards and five touchdowns at an efficient 9.5 yards per target. He's 29 years old and has typically been relegated to role-player status throughout his career, but he has proven sturdy and reliable through his eight seasons, appearing in 107 of a possible 114 games since being drafted 117th overall by the Los Angeles Rams in 2017.

The Ravens have room for a veteran receiver on their roster; Odell Beckham appears poised to find a new home this offseason. Beckham didn't quite live up to his one-year, $15 million contract in Baltimore, finishing with only 35 receptions for 565 yards and 3 touchdowns. In a perfect world, Reynolds could match or even exceed that sort of production at a fraction of the cost.

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