Michael Floyd thinks Ravens are a great place to bring his career ‘back to life’
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Michael Floyd was a rising star with the Arizona Cardinals before he was arrested for DUI back in December of 2016. Floyd was released soon after and since then he hasn’t had a lot of success.
He has played for three teams bringing only 24 catches for 220 yards and two touchdowns but he thinks the Ravens is a perfect place to get his career back on track.
Besides just catching the ball Floyd is also a very good blocker and with the Ravens being a run first time he will have plenty of opportunities to show off that skill.
“I think I have a lot left in the tank,” Floyd said, via the Ravens website. “It’s just getting an opportunity to showcase it. This is a good place to bring it back to life. Some places I’ve been recently, the opportunities weren’t there. You can blame that on whatever. But here, I think I have a good opportunity to be successful.”
Floyd only signed a one year contract with the Ravens and is only 29 years old so a big year here could get him a nice payday after the season.
Willie Snead and Chris Moore are back from last years team along with first-round pick Marquise Brown and third-round pick Miles Boykin who both are expected to make the team.
Floyd isn’t guaranteed a spot on this team but if he does make the team he is going to have a chip on his shoulder to prove that he still has a lot left in the tank to give to the league.