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Top WR groups in Ravens history

The Ravens' wide receiver group for 2010 -- Anquan Boldin, Derrick Mason, Donte' Stallworth and Mark Clayton -- has the looks of being the deepest group in team history. A breakdown of the top five wide receiver groups in the Ravens' existence:

1996

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Michael Jackson (76 catches for 1,201 yards and 14 TDs), Derrick Alexander (62 catches for 1,099 yards and nine TDs), Floyd Turner (38 catches for 461 yards and two TDs) and Calvin Williams (13 catches for 85 yards and one TD).

1997

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Michael Jackson (69 catches for 918 yards and four TDs), Derrick Alexander (65 catches for 1,009 yards and nine TDs), Jermaine Lewis (42 catches for 648 yards and six TDs) and Ryan Yarborough (16 catches for 183 yards and no touchdowns).

1999

Qadry Ismail (68 catches for 1,105 yards and six TDs), Justin Armour (37 catches for 538 yards and four TDs), Patrick Johnson (29 catches for 526 yards and three TDs), Jermaine Lewis (25 catches for 281 yards and two TDs).

2001

Qadry Ismail (74 catches for 1,059 yards and seven TDs), Travis Taylor (42 catches for 560 yards and three TDs), Brandon Stokley (24 catches for 344 yards and two TDs) and Patrick Johnson (five catches for 57 yards and one TD).

2006

Derrick Mason (68 catches for 750 yards and two TDs), Mark Clayton (67 catches for 939 yards and five TDs), Demetrius Williams (22 catches for 396 yards and two TDs) and Clarence Moore (two catches for one yard and one TD).

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