Ravens QB Lamar Jackson ‘very eager’ to work with new WRs

The Baltimore Ravens needed to revamp the wide receiver room in the offseason, and they’ve done just that. The additions of Nelson Agholor, Odell Beckham Jr, and Zay Flowers on paper make the room a lot of fun, and a lot more explosive.

Baltimore replaced former offensive coordinator Greg Roman with Todd Monken, who is expected to make big changes to the offensive side of the ball. When quarterback Lamar Jackson was asked about his new weapons, he said he was very eager to work with them and play in games alongside them.

“I’m very eager; I’m very eager to be honest with you. I think I told someone, ‘I want to throw for like 6,000 yards with the weapons we have.’ I’m not an individual award type of guy or stat watcher, I just want to do that because no one’s ever done it. I feel like we have the weapons to do it. We have explosive guys. Like Coach [John Harbaugh] said, Nelson [Agholor] the new addition, Zay [Flowers], ‘OBJ’ [Odell Beckham Jr.], and we have [Rashod] Bateman who’s going to be 100 percent healthy, ‘Duv’ [Devin Duvernay] is going to be healthy … I can’t forget about Mark [Andrews]; [I] can’t forget about my boy, Mark, and [Isaiah] Likely. So, I just can’t wait to get rolling.”

Story originally appeared on Ravens Wire