Ravens WR Devin Duvernay shares where he thinks he’s improved most heading into third season

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The Baltimore Ravens wide receiver group is one that will have to prove themselves over the course of the 2022 season. With the departures of Marquise Brown, Sammy Watkins and Miles Boykin, the team will now turn to players such as Rashod Bateman, Devin Duvernay James Proche II and Tylan Wallace, each of which has shown flashes over the course of their short NFL careers.

Each of those players will need to step up this upcoming season for quarterback Lamar Jackson, including Duvernay. When talking to the media on Wednesday, the former University of Texas star was asked where he believes he’s improved the most heading into his third NFL season, sharing that his overall games is something he feels like he’s gotten better, but wants to continue to grow.

“Yeah, I mean, just overall game, you know. Just route-running, catching, you know just flying around playing fast. I think those are the things I’ve continued to try and improve on and things I need to continue to improve on to just keep elevating my game, you know, outside of special teams, you know, and get on bigger receiver roles and things like that.

Duvernay has had success at wideout, and now he can build on it with what likely will be more playing time this season. Through two years at the professional level, the wide receiver has caught 53 passes for 473 receiving yards and 22 touchdowns in 32 games. Duvernay was also voted to the 2021 Pro Bowl as a return specialist and was named as a First-Team All-Pro as a punt returner.