Ravens WR James Proche II talks about chemistry with QB Lamar Jackson

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The Baltimore Ravens will be relying on a big year from their group of wide receivers during the 2022 season. After trading away wideout Marquise Brown, young players such as Rashod Bateman, Devin Duvernay, Tylan Wallace and James Proche II will all have to step up in order for the passing offense to be successful.

When talking to the media following mandatory minicamp, Proche spoke about the chemistry between the wide receivers and Jackson. He mentioned how it goes beyond the field, and that he hopes that chemistry continues developing for years to come.

“I feel like it’s great. I think that chemistry is important just as people. We can go out and throw all day, but the closer we get as people, watching film, knowing each other’s thinking, knowing each other’s tendencies, what makes them tick, what makes them go … How to get each other going, when we’re in a rut … I think that stuff matters more when we’re involved in chemistry. That’s an everyday grind. As the season goes – it’s not just an off-season thing – during the season, we’ll keep picking it up and hopefully for years to come.”

Proche is entering his third year in the league, but is actually one of the veterans of the Ravens’ wide receiver room. Baltimore has currently opted to not bring in a veteran at the position, signaling that they trust their young players to produce at a high level. Each of the Ravens’ young wideouts is extremely talented, and the chemistry that they have developed with Jackson over the years should be able to pay off.