Second-year receiver Mark Clayton is tied with tight end Todd Heap for the team lead in receptions with 34. Clayton has 377 yards compared to 366 for Heap. Ravens receiver Derrick Mason spent a lot of time with Clayton during the off-season. They worked out a lot here in Baltimore. According to Mason, the biggest key for Clayton was learning that he didn't have to make a big play every week. As the team's top draft pick a year ago, Clayton put a lot of pressure on himself to become the big play guy. When that didn't happen, it bothered him. Mason said he spent a lot of time talking to Clayton about becoming consistent and working hard in practice. He also had to teach him that you might make big plays for a week or two, and then go two or three weeks without making one. He said Clayton came into training camp with that mindset, and that's why he has been effective this season.