Snead averaged 939 yards and 3.5 touchdowns during his first two seasons with New Orleans.
However, Snead said he was ready to get to work and was looking forward to facing the Saints in Week 7.
The Saints will not match Snead's offer sheet with the Ravens, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
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Also, Real's league form hasn't exactly been sparking in the meantime, with a narrow win over Malaga and home draw to Bilbao. First and foremost, football and tactically, it goes without question how knowledgeable he is within the game.
The Saints did not place a tender on restricted free agent Brandon Coleman. The Saints had five days to match the deal. But their eventual separation became a mere formality after New Orleans signed Chicago Bears restricted free agent Cameron Meredith to a two-year, $9.6 million deal and re-signed. He caught 72 passes for 895 yards in 2016. A three-game suspension and a hamstring injury hampered Snead's 2017 campaign, where he only saw eight receptions for 92 yards and no touchdowns.
Snead will look to recapture that old form in Baltimore as he joins a revamped Ravens receiving corps which also added veterans Michael Crabtree and John Brown in free agency earlier this offseason. Snead had an impressive showing in his first National Football League season with 69 receptions for 984 yards and three touchdowns in 15 games, making starts in the final nine contests.