Much of the buzz this offseason around Baltimore is about the new weapons added at wide receiver, but don't sleep on second-year returner Devin Duvernay. Duvernay didn't have a large offensive role as a rookie, catching just 20 passes for 201 yards and zero touchdowns, but after the departure of Willie Snead IV, Duvernay could be in line for more. "I've been feeling great – ball-wise, physically, mentally," Duvernay said on the latest episode of "The Lounge" podcast.
C Bradley Bozeman Here’s a guy that can play any position on the interior of the offensive line at a high level and is an excellent puller in the run game. The former sixth-round pick out of the University of Alabama in 2018 has been an integral part of the Ravens’ tremendous rushing success over the last two seasons. He made every start at left guard over that span and can be seen making a key block to spring several long jaunts by Lamar Jackson and the other ball carriers.
Brown, Cain, Duvernay, and Bateman stood out in the voluntary workouts. Watkins had an uneven performance. The Ravens need to upgrade a passing attack that ranked last in the NFL last season, and wide receivers need to play a bigger role in the offense.