The New Orleans Saints opted against matching the Baltimore Ravens' two-year offer sheet to wide receiver Willie Snead, multiple media outlets reported on Monday. Snead was a restricted free agent going into the 2018 off-season. The Saints had five days to match the deal.
Snead signed the Ravens' offer sheet of two years worth up to $10.4 million last week. The signing bonus is the only guaranteed portion of the contract.
Snead was an undrafted free agent who shocked the league in his first two seasons, catching 141 passes for 1,879 yards and seven touchdowns. After briefly joining the Carolina Panthers practice squad, Snead found himself on the Saints practice squad roster in December 2014. Snead fumbled twice during both the 2015 and 2016 seasons.
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Hampered by a three-game suspension and a hamstring injury, Snead was limited to eight catches for 92 yards previous year.
The Baltimore Ravens have bolstered their receiving corps this offseason, but they are reportedly not planning to make a huge splash by signing Dez Bryant. Snead will likely appear on the depth chart as the second or third receiver for Baltimore.