LEE EVANS RUMORS & GOSSIP
While Lee Evans awaits another chance in the NFL, he'll be rooting for the Baltimore Ravens in Sunday's AFC championship rematch with New England.
The wide receiver who couldn't hold onto a pass in the end zone a year ago - which likely would have sent the Ravens into the Super Bowl - has no regrets. Except, maybe, that he's not part of the Ravens this time around...
Via AP on Fox
January 19, 2013
The Jacksonville Jaguars have released veteran wide receiver Lee Evans.
Evans signed as a free agent with the Jaguars in April after he was released a month earlier by Baltimore. He played seven seasons with the Buffalo Bills before joining the Ravens in 2011.
He has 381 receptions for 6,008 yards and 43 touchdowns in his eight-year career.
Evans' two best seasons came in...
Via AP on Fox
August 12, 2012
The Jacksonville Jaguars have reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with veteran free-agent wide receiver Lee Evans.
Evans, who has played eight seasons, was expected to sign the deal Monday when the Jaguars open their offseason veteran mini-camp, the Florida Times-Union and ESPN reported citing sources close to the team.
Contract details were unavailable. Previously, the Jaguars...
Following the Baltimore Ravens’ 23-20 defeat to the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship Game, wide receiver Lee Evans was still in his football pants and cleats, awaiting the inevitable rush from reporters. As the number of reporters waiting to interview him increased, the wide receiver promptly shouldered the blame for failing to hold [...]
I won't belabor this, since the Ravens themselves have decided to move on and let it go...But as John Harbaugh and Ozzie Newsome fly down to Mobile for Senior Bowl scouting duties, and the Ravens players clean out their lockers, here is one last look at the technicality of a play which I think the refs missed and the NFL Review Booth was precluded from taking a procedural jurisdiction...
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Lee Evans could end up being released, since he’s owed a $1 million roster bonus in the offseason and #3.27 million base salary for the 2012 season.
It doesn’t make sense to pay that much money to Evans, who was hurt for the majority of the season and couldn’t secure a reception in the end zone to propel the Ravens to the Super Bowl.
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver, Lee Evans, who was acquired this past offseason from the Buffalo Bills in exchange for a fourth-round pick, has been relatively quiet for the most part this season. A big part as to why the 30-year-old receiver has been quiet is because he missed seven games earlier this season due to [...]
Lee Evans can't say for sure whether he will be back on the field Sunday when the Baltimore Ravens face the Cincinnati Bengals in a showdown for first place in the AFC North.
The speedy wide receiver does know this much: He's sick of watching games from the sideline.
Obtained in a preseason trade with the Buffalo Bills, Evans was supposed to give the Ravens the deep threat...
Via AP on Fox
November 17, 2011
Last week, wide receiver Lee Evans practiced Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, but the Baltimore Ravens decided against activating him for last Sunday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks. Evans, who has sat out the team’s last seven games in a row due to a nagging left ankle injury, took part in the portion of Wednesday’s practice [...]
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Baltimore Ravens veteran wide receiver Lee Evans returned to practice Wednesday afternoon after missing the past six games with a high ankle sprain. If there is little swelling or pain Thursday, Evans could play Sunday in Seattle against the Seahawks. The Ravens acquired Evans in a trade this off-season from the Buffalo Bills, as a [...]