Mike Wallace To Visit Ravens

SATURDAY, 4:27pm: Wallace will visit the Ravens on Monday, SI.com’s Don Banks tweets. However, Baltimore’s interest hinges on the recently released receiver accepting a low-budget deal, per Banks. 

WEDNESDAY, 9:34am: The Ravens are interested in free agent wide receiver Mike Wallace, Aditi Kinkhabwala of NFL.com tweets. The Ravens are clearing cap space, she writes, in an effort to do something significant in free agency. The Ravens are also interested in left tackle Kelvin Beachum (link).

The Vikings released Wallace on Tuesday when they could not agree on a pay cut. During his first and only season in Minnesota, Wallace matched or set career-lows by catching just 39 balls for 473 yards and two touchdowns. The 29-year-old becomes the latest in a long line of veteran wideouts to hit the open market, joining free agents like Marques Colston, Roddy White, and Greg Jennings, and Andre Johnson.

Prior to last season, Wallace logged five straight seasons of 60-plus receptions, 800 or more yards and at least five touchdowns.

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  1. priscillaboonie

    It could work. With a big question mark regarding the “rookie” perry man Wallace would be a good insurance policy

  2. sportsjunkie24

    Ravens should try for white or Jennings not Wallace

    • JT19

      Jennings is washed up and White is pretty much washed up too. Wallace could fit the role that was left open when Torrey Smith left.


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