WR Willie Snead says he feels “faster and lighter” after losing seven pounds this offseason. (Jamison Hensley on Twitter )
Snead hasn’t been at this weight since his rookie season. “I feel fast and lighter,” said Snead. He signed a one-year, $6 million contract last fall, and is expected to compete for targets with Marquise Brown, Mark Andrews and Miles Boykins. The 27-year old hauled in 32 catches on 46 targets for 339 yards and five touchdowns across 16 games last season. Snead is currently 103rd among all wideouts in the latest expert consensus rankings.