Ravens wide-out Kelley Washington played the last two seasons with the Patriots, but caught only one pass for three yards during his time with New England. He was a special teams ace for the Patriots who got limited reps with the offense behind Randy Moss and Wes Welker.
With the Ravens, Washington has become a key contributor on offense with 12 catches, one touchdown and a 13.9 average reception.
But he said this week he has nothing to prove to the Patriots on Sunday about how he was used in New England.
"Catching balls is fine with me, but I was able to do some good things in special teams there," he said. "Whether it's receiver or special teams, I like to go out and make plays. I'm not looking for revenge, or to show them anything. I'm going to go out and try to make plays and do my assignments."