Ravens HC John Harbaugh talks about QB Lamar Jackson building with new offense

The Baltimore Ravens held another round of voluntary organized team activities on Tuesday in Owings Mills, Maryland. Some of the top Ravens wide receivers were absent, however, newly signed wide receiver Laquon Treadwell was present, as was Nelson Agholor.

Quarterback Lamar Jackson was also at practice, trying to learn the new offense under offensive coordinator Todd Monken before training camp begins. Head coach John Harbaugh spoke to the media about Lamar Jackson building the offense with Todd Monken and the rest of the coaching staff, calling it an “evolution”.

“Yes, it is the evolution, and it’s something that he [Lamar Jackson] … We’ve been in that world before, but not to this degree. To me, the offense starts in that world more than it did before, and I’m excited about that, [and] I know Lamar is excited about that. He and I have had conversations about it. Obviously, [offensive coordinator] Todd [Monken] is right in there with [quarterbacks coach] Tee [Martin] coaching the offense to the quarterbacks; that’s been really good. We’ve had a lot of one-on-one sessions, in terms of just how we’re going to operate and how the quarterbacks need to operate. I think you saw today [that] the communication is probably better than what you saw last week, so we’ve just got to keep building on that.”

Story originally appeared on Ravens Wire