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Can the Baltimore Ravens revive their passing game?

May 19th, 2017 at 8:10 PM
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The Baltimore Ravens, like all NFL teams, are gearing up for the upcoming season. And like every other NFL team, the front office, headed by long time General Manager, Ozzie Newsome, is doing their part in making sure every position of need is taken care of. The Ravens were able to cover quite a few bases during the beginning of free agency with the addition of safety Tony Jefferson and running back Danny Woodhead, as well as the re-signing of massive nose tackle Brandon Williams.

In the draft, they were able to find players in the needed positions of cornerback and pass rusher. But there is one position in particular that still remains questionable. The retirement of Steve Smith and the loss of Kamar Aiken in free agency left what seems to be a hole in the wide-receiver unit. Although the Ravens do have wide receivers Breshad Perriman, Mike Wallace, and Chris Moore, I am not confident they can handle the job alone.

Of the current wide receivers, I would say the most questionable is Perriman. …

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Tags: Anquan Boldin, Baltimore Ravens, Minnesota Vikings, NBA, New York Giants, NFL, ozzie newsome, San Francisco 49'ers, STEVE SMITH, Victor Cruz

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