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Kamar Aiken officially signs RFA tender, Baltimore Ravens look wide receiver heavy

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From undrafted to second round pick

Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports

After a news heavy day filled with evidence of both Breshad Perriman and Dennis Pitta on the practice field working out, Kamar Aiken has signed his second round tender worth 2.553 million dollars for the 2016 NFL season.

Aiken has been quite the receiver since being an undrafted player for the Buffalo Bills. Now the man has racked in a total of 99 receptions and 1,211 yards for the Baltimore Ravens in two seasons.

This season the Baltimore Ravens loaded up with a massive arsenal of passing attack weapons.

Kamar Aiken last season was the second receiver on the depth chart. This season, the weapons are much more stout.

  1. Steve Smith Sr.
  2. Mike Wallace
  3. Kamar Aiken
  4. Breshad Perriman
  5. Michael Campanaro
  6. Jeremy Butler
  7. Darren Waller (translated to TE)
  8. Chris Matthews
  9. Marlon Brown

A much higher top end team than before, as last season 2 wasn't on the team, with 4 & 5 both injuring themselves for the season. No longer is Kamar going to be a surefire starting wide receiver, and the battle between them all is without a doubt an interesting assessment. Something Baltimore shall thoroughly enjoy come gametime.