The Baltimore Ravens announced a series of cuts on Friday, including that of veteran wide receiver Michael Floyd. Also among the notable players released by Baltimore are quarterback Joe Callahan, outside linebacker Shane Ray, and wide receiver Joe Horn Jr.

Floyd signed a one-year, $930,000 deal with the Ravens in May. He caught three passes for 54 yards and a touchdown in Baltimore's 26-15 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 3 of preseason play, the only statistics he put up during the exhibition slate.

Floyd was a first-round pick of the Arizona Cardinals in the 2012 NFL Draft following a standout four-year career at Notre Dame. He seemed well on his way to establishing himself as an impact player after a stellar sophomore season in which he caught 65 passes for 1,041 yards, but has yet to reach those numbers again.

Floyd was released by the Cardinals in December 2016 following an arrest for driving under the influence, his second such infraction dating back to college. He finished the regular season with the New England Patriots, and spent the last two seasons clinging to a roster spot with the Minnesota Vikings and Washington Redskins, respectively. In 2018 with Washington, the 29-year-old had 10 catches for 100 yards and a touchdown.

Clearly, Floyd's best football is behind him, and teams in need of additional depth at wide receiver could be wary of bringing him in given his off-field troubles. But at 6-foot-3, 220 pounds, he could potentially offer value as a fifth or sixth receiver, especially in the red zone, where he had success early in his career.