Baltimore finally adds a new weapon towards the passing attack The Baltimore Ravens are signing wide receiver Seth Roberts to a one-year deal, however, the details forthcoming.
Roberts has spent his whole career with the Oakland Raiders right after going undrafted in 2014. Roberts has a career total of 1, 826 receiving yards and 13 touchdowns with a season-high of 494 back yards in 2018. Most of his manufacturing has come from the slot, which is fascinating since Willie Snead IV is certainly primarily a slot receiver too.
This move adds some extra insurance coverage to a wide receiver corps full of question marks, as only Snead and Chris Moore have earlier caught passes in a regular period game. Adding Roberts should not impact General Manager Eric DeCosta’s strategy for the draft, especially because it is only a one-year deal. Baltimore still desperately needs a wide recipient to add to the group, as Snead continues to be by far the best option.
Roberts has been belittled for drops, which is a trait which has plagued the Ravens receivers so long as anyone can remember. Still, digging in Roberts is a low-risk move which could turn into a solid signing. This also helps you to avoid reaching on a wide recipient in round one of the draft, even though taking a receiver early should be a priority.
Since he was released, putting your signature on Roberts does not affect Baltimore’s compensatory picks, which is something the business has shown an affinity for over the particular years. That doesn’ t appear to be it will change under DeCosta possibly.