Anthony Levine Sr. impressed with offseason work from Lamar Jackson, Marquise Brown

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The Baltimore Ravens suffered a crushing defeat at the hands of the Buffalo Bills in the Divisional Round of the 2021 playoffs. They haven’t been able to get past the second round of the playoffs in any of Lamar Jackson’s three trips to the postseason, something that they’ll have to figure out how to do if they want to win a Super Bowl championship.

When talking to Garrett Downing of BaltimoreRavens.com, Ravens safety Anthony Levine Sr. was asked about how Baltimore can get over the hump and advance further in the playoffs.

“It’s being consistent. As long as you be consistent, being consistent at the work, being consistent at the grind, understand your successes, and understand what’s not so successful.”

Levine is confident that his teammates can improve on their performances during the 2020 season, and has been impressed with what he’s seen out of Lamar Jackson and Marquise Brown when it comes to putting in work during the offseason.

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Jackson and Brown have been posting workout videos throughout the offseason, showing different strength training regimens and on-field drills.

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With the videos that have been posted, it seems like Jackson and Brown are hungry to improve and achieve their goals. Jackson has said he wants to bring a Super Bowl back to Baltimore, and with the work ethic that he and other Ravens have displayed, it seems like they’re going to do everything they can to make their dreams a reality.

Levine also talked about the importance of camaraderie, but mentioned that playing through a pandemic last season was “weird”, recalling that he couldn’t hang out with his teammates or even sit next to them during meetings. He said having that experience will better prepare them for this upcoming season for protocols that remain in place.

“Now I feel like now we understand, if we have to do that same thing again this year, understanding how to maneuver through all those obstacles now, and I think we’ll be able to do it.”

Like Levine, there are plenty of leaders on Baltimore’s roster. Whether they’re 10-year veterans or guys who have only played for a few years, the organization has a hungry batch of players who are ready to win. They know it’s on them to improve and get better. So far this offseason, players like Jackson and Brown have shown their determination, and Levine feels confident that the team can take the next step to becoming Super Bowl champions.