The bottom line: It would be foolish to underestimate Williams who has overcome a slew of obstacles to get to this point and has worked hard this offseason to better prepare his body for the NFL season. He was one of the most impressive Ravens during the organized team activities. But the Ravens gave Jones a two-year, $6.5 million offer because they not only believe that he'll jump start their return game, but they think he'll give Flacco another viable target. Beyond the top three, the rest of the receiver competition will certainly be worth watching. There's third-year pro David Reed, who is coming off major knee surgery and expects to be ready early in training camp. There's sixth-round pick Tommy Streeter, an impressive physical specimen out of Miami who is still a little raw. And then there's undrafted free agent Deonte Thompson, the former University of Florida speedster who electrified teammates and coaches in offseason workouts. Devin Goda, Dorian Graham and Patrick Williams are also hoping to stand out and earn a spot.