Jerricho Cotchery Visits Ravens

PITTSBURGH PA - JANUARY 23: Jerricho Cotchery #89 and D'Brickashaw Ferguson #60 of the New York Jets celebrate after Cotchery scored a fourth quarter touchdown against the Pittsburgh Steelers during the 2011 AFC Championship game at Heinz Field on January 23 2011 in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Former New York Jets wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery continued his tour of possible landing spots by paying a visit to the Baltimore Ravens yesterday. Cotchery had previously visited the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday, according to a story in the National Football Post.

There are those who are concerned that other than WR Anquan Boldin, the Ravens have a bevy of unproven receivers, led by rookies Torrey Smith and Tandon Doss. While some think the combination of youth and speed is all the team needs, others think it will result in Boldin being double-covered and too much pressure on the rookies to perform.

Cotchery is an eight-year veteran, who was released by the Jets when they signed Plaxico Burress and former Ravens WR Derrick Mason. While he only had 41 catches in 2010, he averaged 73 receptions in the previous four seasons, as mentioned in the NFP story.

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