Columnist Mike Preston offers his observations from the Ravens' first open practice of OTAs on rookie wide receiver Zay Flowers, quarterback Lamar Jackson, offensive coordinator Todd Monken, second-year players Travis Jones and Jalyn Armour-Davis and more.
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson spoke glowingly of coordinator Todd Monken's offense at OTAs on Wednesday: “I’m loving it. ... Just being able to throw the ball down the field. Running can only take you so far."
Ravens wide receivers Rashod Bateman and Devin Duvernay were back on the field for voluntary offseason workouts Wednesday. Plus, coach John Harbaugh reacted to new rules regarding third quarterbacks and kickoffs.
Lamar Jackson, who was absent the first five weeks of the Ravens' voluntary workouts, has joined the team for OTAs, his first action with the team since his knee injury Dec. 4. His arrival answers just one of several questions Baltimore faces.
Ravens wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. will not have charges brought against him after being accused last month of assaulting a woman at a club in West Hollywood, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office said on Monday.