Former Ravens' wide receiver Tommy Streeter found another team that wasn't willing to wait on his potential to come to fruition.
The 6-foot-5 215-pound receiver has blistering speed to go with that frame as he ran a 4.37 second 40-yard dash, but injury and lack of development has kept him from making any impact in the NFL. Originally drafted in the 6th round of the 2012 NFL Draft by the Baltimore Ravens with their 198th pick, the Ravens had to place Streeter on injured reserve due to foot injury in August of 2012. A full year later, Streeter just couldn't get his act together and the Ravens waived him.
He bounced around the league a bit as a practice squad member with the Bills, Buccaneers and Dolphins before making his way to the Jacksonville Jaguars' practice squad. For the first time in his professional career, he made it to the active roster after the Jags cut wide receiver Mike Brown. However, even the wide receiver depleted Jaguars had no place for Streeter on their team and waved him Monday.
Streeter has yet to catch an NFL pass despite playing in only two games in his career so far. Here's hoping that Tommy can catch on with a team and can turn that speed and size combination into more than just enticing potential.