Ravens second-year WR Tommy Streeter is getting fewer camp reps than UDFA Marlon Brown, and "has an uphill battle to make the team."
The Baltimore Sun reports second-year WR Tommy Streeter showed "definite signs of progress" this offseason.
At the NFL Owners Meetings in March, coach John Harbaugh and owner Steve Bisciotti both brought up 2012 sixth-round pick Tommy Streeter when quizzed about how the Ravens will replace Anquan Boldin.
Ravens placed WR Tommy Streeter on injured reserve with sprained ligaments in his left ankle and foot, ending his season.
Ravens rookie WR Tommy Streeter has been diagnosed with a sprained foot.
Coach John Harbaugh indicated that sixth-round WR Tommy Streeter and undrafted WR Deonte Thompson "have made big strides" in offseason practices.
The Ravens may use No. 198 pick WR Tommy Streeter in red-zone packages as a rookie.
Ravens agreed to terms with No. 198 overall pick WR Tommy Streeter on a four-year contract.
Ravens selected Miami (FL) WR Tommy Streeter with the No. 198 overall pick in the 2012 NFL draft.
Miami (FL) WR Tommy Streeter ran an official forty-yard dash of 4.40 at the Scouting Combine, and was "unofficially" clocked as fast as 4.34.
Miami (FL) WR Tommy Streeter will forgo his senior season and enter the 2012 NFL draft.