Crabtree caught 54 passes for 607 yards and three touchdowns in 2018 after totaling 25 scores in a three-year stint with Oakland. Crabtree struggled with drops in his one season with the Ravens, and his departure was expected.
The Texas Tech product spent his first six National Football League seasons with the 49ers after being selected No. 10 overall in the 2009 National Football League draft.
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Sources told NFL Network and ESPN that the team informed Crabtree that he would be released Monday.
Working in Crabtree's favor is a thin class of wide receivers this year.
Crabtree, who was reluctant to speak to the media throughout the season, tweeted, "We good!" He will turn 32 in September, however, and put up roughly the same production each of the last two seasons - but that production would have been second on the team in catches and yards last season. In 2016, the Ravens retained none of their top three receivers, prompting signings of Crabtree, Brown and Snead.