In his conference call with permanent seat-license holders Tuesday, team owner Steve Bisciotti was asked where the Ravens stand at wide receiver and he backed second-year pro Chris Moore as the team’s No. 4 behind (in no particular order) Mike Wallace, Breshad Perriman and Jeremy Maclin.
“We have a lot of confidence in Chris Moore to be our fourth wideout and let the competition begin with the fifth and sixth wideout,” Bisciotti said.
Moore, a fourth-round draft pick in 2016, will need to keep progressing to hold that spot. However, if that’s how it plays out, it should indeed be an interesting competition. Special teams will factor in, and injuries always come into play.
But for discussion’s sake, let’s say Wallace, Perriman, Maclin and Moore are all healthy at the start of the season. That leaves Michael Campanaro, Chris Matthews, Keenan Reynolds, Kenny Bell and undrafted rookie free agents Tim White, Tim Patrick, Aaron Bailey, C.J. Board and Quincy Adeboyejo competing for one or two spots.
Campanaro and Matthews probably are the favorites, but their margin of error thinned with the Maclin addition.
Campanaro, who missed the minicamp and some of the OTAs because of a toe injury, needs to be ready to go from day one of training camp and not have any setbacks.
Reynolds and other unheralded targets
Reynolds, the former Navy quarterback, will have to have a great training camp to make the team, but it was obvious last week that he’s improved.
In last summer’s practices, he struggled to gain separation, regularly dropped…
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