Former USC receiver Nelson Agholor signs one-year contract extension with Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens are brining back Nelson Agholor for another season. The team announced Agholor signed a one-year contract extension, avoiding free agency with the former first-round draft pick.

In 2023 Agholor played in all 17 games and had 35 catches for 381 yards and four touchdowns.

Agholor, who will turn 31 in May, was originally a first-round pick of the Eagles in 2015 out of USC. He played four years in Philadelphia, one in Las Vegas and two in New England before signing with the Ravens last year. Agholor won a Super Bowl title with the Eagles in the 2017 season. He played an important role in Helping the Eagles beat Tom Brady and the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis. Agholor was trying to get back to the Super Bowl this past season, but he fell one stop short with the Ravens, who lost to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game. Agholor will try to return to the Super Bowl next season with a team that should contend for the NFL title.

Visit our friends at Fighting Irish Wire, Buffaloes Wire, and Ducks Wire. Follow our newest sites, UW Huskies Wire and UCLA Wire.

Story originally appeared on Trojans Wire