Raiders signed WR Michael Crabtree to a one-year, $3 million contract with another $2 million available through incentives.
The Raiders, Dolphins and Ravens have shown the most interest in signing free agent WR Michael Crabtree.
Free agent Michael Crabtree dropped 10-of-78 catchable passes in 2014.
Free agent Michael Crabtree is visiting the Raiders Monday.
The Dolphins offered free agent Michael Crabtree "close to $3 million" but he turned it down, according to the Miami Herald.
Free agent WR Michael Crabtree will visit the Raiders next week.
"Sources around the league" tell Bleacher Report's Jason Cole that free agent Michael Crabtree's market has "crashed."
The Florida Times Union reports the Jaguars "have never been interested" in free agent Michael Crabtree.
GM Trent Baalke has confirmed the 49ers are open to re-signing free agent Michael Crabtree, but hinted it wasn't likely.
Free agent WR Michael Crabtree is reportedly willing to wait "however long it takes to find an appealing situation for the 2015 season."
The Dolphins confirmed they hosted free agent Michael Crabtree on Thursday.
49ers coaches reportedly felt free agent Michael Crabtree was "really slowed down" by lower-leg injuries in 2014.
Free agent Michael Crabtree is visiting the Dolphins on Wednesday.
A league source tells Profootballtalk there's "little or no market" for free agent Michael Crabtree.