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Ravens continue to be considered front-runners for Malcom Floyd

The Ravens continue to be considered the leaders for free-agent wide receiver Malcom Floyd.

According to the San Diego Union-Tribune, the Ravens made Floyd an offer late Monday night that hits $3 million per year, which represents the Chargers' limit.

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Other teams interested in Floyd are: Minnesota, Arizona, San Francisco and Carolina.The Ravens were looking at Floyd last year when he was a restricted free agent. He spent his first three seasons in NFL when Cam Cameron was the offensive coordinator in San Diego.

Floyd, 29, would replace Derrick Mason and provide a different look to the passing attack. The 6-foot-5 downfield target has totaled 82 receptions for 1,493 yards (18.2-yard per catch average) the past three seasons.

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With Mason gone, Torrey Smith and James Hardy have both worked with the starters.

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