Ravens, Michael Crabtree agree to 3-year deal, reports say

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BALTIMORE — The Baltimore Ravens have added another wide receiver.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Baltimore and former Raiders wideout Michael Crabtree have agreed to a three-year deal.

Moments following Schefter’s report, the Ravens took to Twitter, also — confirming the move through emojis, a “WELCOME TO BALTIMORE” graphic and — topping it all off — a picture of a very happy Crabtree inking the deal.

The move comes a day after Baltimore signed former Cardinals receiver John Brown.

Crabtree is entering his 10th season in the NFL. He was drafted out of Texas Tech in the 2009 NFL Draft by the San Francisco 49ers, where he spent six seasons before signing with Oakland.

Crabtree has amassed over 6,800 yards and hauled in 51 touchdowns in the past nine years.

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