Ravens WR Marquise Brown talks about chemistry with WR Rashod Bateman

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The Baltimore Ravens have an extremely talented group of wide receivers. Headlined by Marquise Brown, Sammy Watkins and Rashod Bateman, the team has some top-end talent as well quality depth to round out the position such as Devin Duvernay, James Proche II, Tylan Wallace and Miles Boykin.

Brown was asked about his chemistry with Batman, and the third-year wideout said that the two have “pretty good” synergy with each other, but also made sure to mention that he thinks the entire wide receiver room has good chemistry with one another.

“It’s pretty good. I think [it’s good] with the whole receiving corps. But with [Rashod] Bateman, he’s two games in, and he’s ready to have that [big] game, and we’re all behind him. We push each other like no other. We push each other in the room to – however many catches you get – see who can have the most yards, see who can make the most impact. So, we’re big in the room.”

Brown mentioning how the receivers all push each other is a good development, especially considering how close the unit seems to have grown not only on the field together, but off of it as well.

As Brown and Bateman continue to play together, they should be able to develop more and more chemistry. The duo looks to be extremely promising, and both should be go-to targets for quarterback Lamar Jackson for a very long time.