And those reports speculated that the Ravens would be a potential trading
partner along with several other teams.
The Ravens, whose trade for receiver Terrell Owens was nullified last year and remain in the market for a proven wide receiver, aren't allowed to comment on other teams' players because of league tampering rules.
Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis strongly endorsed the possibility of trading for Moss in an interview on ESPN Radio.
Ravens coach Brian Billick coached Moss when he was the Vikings' offensive coordinator.
Trading for Moss would likely cost a first-round draft pick and a starter or possibly a pair of first-round draft picks. Baltimore general manager Ozzie Newsome has said he's opposed to trading his first-round draft pick again, which he did in 2003 to obtain quarterback Kyle Boller.
As well as a being a long time contributor to RavensInsider, Aaron Wilson writes for the Carroll County Times in Westminster Maryland.
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