The Ravens and WR Derrick Mason have reached agreement on a two-year contract, the team's official Web site reported Wednesday night.
Mason's future in Baltimore was somewhat in doubt after Baltimore traded for Cardinals WR Anquan Boldin on March 5, but the Ravens were apparently able to keep their leading receiver from a season ago in the fold. Mason, 36, caught 73 passes for 1,028 yards and seven TDs in 2009.
The Ravens have the makings of one of their better WR corps in club history, with Mason and Boldin the likely starters and ex-Browns wideout Donte' Stallworth and restricted free agents Mark Clayton and Demetrius Williams the other potential options.
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