A story indicates that the Ravens are considering signing former Browns receiver Jarvis Landry. Baltimore is in need of pass catchers after swapping Marquise Brown to Arizona during the draft, and they got to see Landry up close twice last season. He's 29, so reasonable to think he has some good football left.

There are often examples of teams signing players who had good games against them, and this would be one of them. Landry's lone 100-yard game last year was against Baltimore (6 for 111 in November), and in the other meeting he caught 5 passes and one of his 2 TDs all season. So makes sense to think Baltimore believes he can help them out.

Based on the last couple of seasons, though, it probably won't be as a scorer. In his eight seasons in the league, he's had just one season with more than 6 touchdowns (2017 with Miami). The last two years he's scored 5, total. That's one of the very worst numbers against similarly involved wideouts in the league.

The last two seasons, there have been 39 wide receivers to see at least 180 targets. The only player to score fewer touchdowns than Landry among that group is New England's Jakobi Meyers. (Data from pro-football-reference.com was used in compiling this table, which is sorted by touchdowns.)

Davante Adams318238292729
Mike Evans223144204127
Tyreek Hill294198251524
Adam Thielen203141165124
D.K. Metcalf258158227022
Cooper Kupp315237292119
Stefon Diggs330230276018
Tyler Lockett239173222918
Justin Jefferson292196301617
A.J. Brown211133194416
Diontae Johnson313195208415
Keenan Allen304206213014
Marquise Brown246149177714
DeAndre Hopkins224157197914
Mike Williams214124190214
Marvin Jones235149181013
Amari Cooper234160197913
Brandin Cooks253171218712
Tee Higgins218141199912
Chris Godwin211163194312
CeeDee Lamb231153203711
Chase Claypool214121173311
Hunter Renfrow205159169411
Calvin Ridley195121165511
Christian Kirk182125160311
Robert Woods198135149210
Brandon Aiyuk180116157410
Terry McLaurin26416421719
Tyler Boyd20414616699
D.J. Moore28115923508
Robby Anderson24614816158
Darnell Mooney23814216868
Russell Gage20313815568
Allen Robinson21714016607
Michael Pittman Jr.19012815857
Cole Beasley21916416605
A.J. Green19610113715
Jarvis Landry18812414105
Jakobi Meyers20714215952

Baltimore has second-year wideout Rashod Bateman looking like its No. 1, but virtually nothing else -- Devin Duvernay, Tylan Wallace. They need to add a player of Landry's ilk. Just don't expect much in the way of scoring. Bateman and especially Mark Andrews look like the much better bets for touchdowns.

--Andy Richardson