Chris Moore's value as a special teams contributor has earned him another contract.
The Ravens re-signed Moore to a one-year deal Tuesday, bringing him back after four seasons with the team. The 26-year-old wide receiver caught a career-low three passes for 21 yards last season, but he played consistently on special teams and will add depth to the wide receiver position.
Moore was a fourth-round pick in 2016 out of Cincinnati and has caught 47 passes for 511 yards and four touchdowns during his four-year career. Though Moore has not developed into a regular in the wide receiver rotation, he is a tough player with a knack for making acrobatic catches.
Moore becomes the eighth free agent to re-sign with the Ravens after their 14-2 season, joining cornerback Jimmy Smith, safeties Anthony Levine and Jordan Richards, defensive linemen Jihad Ward and Justin Ellis, offensive lineman Andre Smith and returner De'Anthony Thomas.