Saints WR Willie Snead signs two-year RFA offer sheet with Ravens

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The Baltimore Ravens have revamped their wide receiving corps this offseason, and they are set to make another solid addition if the New Orleans Saints allow it.

The offer is worth $7 million with $3.4 million in incentives and includes a $2 million signing bonus, according to a source.

As a restricted free agent, Snead was given an original-round tender by the Saints, but since Snead was undrafted, the Saints will receive no draft-pick compensation from the Ravens should Snead sign with them. But the Saints have already played this restricted free agent game this year; they signed former Chicago Bears receiver Cameron Meredith to an offer sheet that the Bears chose not to match.

Those are nearly the exact same parameters of the offer sheet the Saints signed former Bears WR Cameron Meredith to earlier in the month.

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Friday is the final day that teams can sign restricted free agents to an offer sheet.

Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome has attempted to upgrade a passing game that ranked 29th in the National Football League last season. He earned just eight catches for 92 yards in 11 games.

The Baltimore Ravens, who are perpetually in the market for playmakers, might've found a receiver not named Dez Bryant to join a group spearheaded by the aging Michael Crabtree and the inconsistent John Brown.

Snead, 25, was one of the most underrated slot receivers in the National Football League in 2015-16, totaling 141 catches for 1,879 yards and seven touchdowns.

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