SEE IT: Lamar Jackson and Hollywood Brown are putting in work this offseason

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SEE IT: Lamar Jackson and Hollywood Brown train together originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

The Ravens 2021 season opener is still around 5 months away, but Lamar Jackson and Marquise "Hollywood" Brown are prepping like it starts tomorrow.

The two teammates and close friends are putting in the work this offseason with numerous training drills to improve their craft, sharing some of the clips on social media.

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There's even more on Brown's Instagram stories, including ones featuring Antonio Brown -- the cousin of the Ravens wide receiver.

Both Brown and Jackson are coming off solid seasons in 2020. Brown built off an explosive rookie campaign by hauling in 58 receptions for 769 yards and eight touchdowns while becoming a more consistent weapon in the offense.

As for Jackson, a repeat of his 2019 MVP campaign would have been both impressive and absurd, and even though that wasn't the case in 2020 he still was once again brilliant for Baltimore. Throwing for 26 touchdowns and just nine interceptions while adding 1,005 yards and seven scores on the ground, he was once again one of the most exciting players in the league.

Even though the two have found success in the league, it's clear that they understand there is always room to grow. With the Ravens still chasing a chance at the Super Bowl entering 2021, Brown and Jackson have their sights set on more.