Free-agent wide receiver Terrell Owens isn't expected to join the Ravens this season, agent Drew Rosenhaus said on ESPN's NFL Live on Friday.
"The Ravens are not one of the teams that I would bank on at this time, nor are we having any discussions with them," Rosenhaus said. "I wouldn't bank on seeing Terrell in a Ravens uniform."
The Ravens appear set at wide receiver with Anquan Boldin, Derrick Mason, Donte' Stallworth, Mark Clayton and rookie David Reed.
Rosenhaus said the Ravens had expressed interest in Owens early in free agency.
"Before they acquired Anquan Boldin and re-signed Derrick Mason, [general manager] Ozzie Newsome had been in touch with me about Terrell Owens," Rosenhaus said.
The Ravens traded for Owens in March 2004 before the wide receiver successfully got it rescinded. Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs, who was in studio for the same NFL Live show, said Owens has changed since that time.
Suggs also said Owens could "absolutely" could fit into Ravens locker room. "I talked to T.O. on several occasions, and I would love to have him as a teammate," Suggs said.
Rosenhaus said he is in conversations with five teams about Owens. One new team has "aggressively entered the picture," according to Owens' agent.
"It's really picking up," Rosenhaus said, "and this isn't just agent rhetoric. I'm very encouraged as of late."
He added, "I'm very optimistic that Terrell will have multiple options to choose from between now and the start of most training camps."