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Report: Saints won't match Ravens offer for Willie Snead

Willike Snead is now a Baltimore Raven. Source: Mark LaGrange Willike Snead is now a Baltimore Raven. Source: Mark LaGrange
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The Saints won't match the Ravens offer for wide receiver Willie Snead. That's according to a tweet by NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

According to Rapoport, the deal is two years, with a $7M base salary. It can be worth up to $10.4M in incentives. Snead gets a $2M signing bonus, and an additional $1M base salary guaranteed in 2018. 

Snead took to Twitter to thank the fans of the Black and Gold.

Snead missed the first three games of the 2017 season after a drunk driving arrest. Snead also dealt with hamstring issues that kept him on the sidelines for the Dolphins game. Snead hauled in just eight catches, with zero touchdowns.

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