Source: Baltimore Ravens to try out WR Jerry Rice Jr.

Baltimore could be adding a player with a Hall of Fame pedigree after this weekend is over.

Jerry Rice Jr. had 11 catches and one TD at UNLV last season.

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The Ravens will host former UNLV wide receiver Jerry Rice Jr. for a three-day tryout this weekend, a source told FOXSports.com.

The son of Hall of Fame wide receiver Jerry Rice began his career at UCLA, where he was a walk-on in 2009 before transferring to UNLV last year.

Rice Jr., who had 11 receptions and a touchdown in 11 games last season, went undrafted this past weekend in the NFL Draft.

The 5-foot-10, 185-pound player was among 60 prospects who took part in the 49ers’ local pro day last month.

The Ravens spent a seventh-round pick on Wake Forest wide receiver Mike Campanaro and signed Tennessee-Martin’s Jeremy Butler and Northern Colorado’s Jace Davis to undrafted free-agent deals.



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