By Chris WalderPublished March 20, 2019 10:50:16Chesapeake, MD (AP) It’s not hard to see why the Nets are so interested in signing former Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Chris Walston.
Walston, 28, is a three-time Pro Bowl selection with the New York Giants, and he played collegiately at Michigan.
He had four touchdowns and 10 receptions in 2017 and 2018 for the Ravens, who were the AFC North champs.
Walton has also caught passes for 624 yards and three touchdowns in the past two seasons with the Ravens.
He averaged 14.9 yards per catch in his rookie year.
Walsten is a special talent.
He’s the fastest player in college football and one of the best in the NFL.
He’ll be a nice upgrade over the aging Michael Vick, and it’s hard to imagine him playing on a bad team.
Walstons future in Baltimore is unclear.
He is under contract with the Baltimore Ravens for two more seasons, and the Ravens also are looking for a wide receiver to replace Reggie Wayne.
The Ravens also have wide receiver Michael Thomas on their roster.
Thomas was signed by the Steelers last year and will be a free agent after this season.