The latest word out of Indianapolis is that the Ravens have had discussions about Terrell Owens and are considering signing the much maligned wide receiver.
Talking with reporters during the NFL Scouting Combine, head coach John Harbaugh admitted as much, saying that the team has done its homework on Owens and they have interest in the 14-year veteran.
Now, it's important to keep in mind that Harbaugh says that about every player.
Ask him if he's thinking about adding Dan Kolko to the roster to improve wide receiver depth, Harbaugh will say that the team is considering it and they're open to anything that will make the team better.
And consider me he should. I did lead my college intramural flag football team in receiving my senior year of college. So there you go.
But as an unrestricted free agent in a very thin UFA pool, Owens is a name to watch in the upcoming weeks. He won't be the Ravens' top option (after all, he isn't really a true No. 1 wideout anymore), but could be an interesting fall-back guy to consider.
The 36-year-old Owens is coming off a year where he made 55 catches for 829 yards and five touchdowns for a Bills team that lacked consistent quarterback play.
The Ravens, and Harbaugh personally, both have previous experience with Owens.
Harbaugh was a special teams coach with the Eagles during the receiver's tenure in Philly, and while he didn't work with Owens directly, Harbaugh got to see how he operated behind the scenes.
Ironically, however, Owens only ended up with the Eagles because of a botched trade that was supposed to send him to Baltimore in exchange for a second-round pick, yet resulted with Owens teaming up with Donovan McNabb in Philadelphia.
It's now possible that six years after that whole mess, Owens could be in a Ravens uniform after all.