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Nick Boyle

One goal for the Ravens' talented tight ends: Play more like their teammates

One goal for the Ravens' talented tight ends: Play more like their teammates

The Ravens’ first seven-on-seven pass Thursday, from Lamar Jackson, was to tight end Mark Andrews. The first completion was to tight end Hayden Hurst, whom Jackson found on his prettiest pass of the day, a corner route run to perfection. The offense’s next highlight was a completion to Andrews, Jackson connecting with him through a hole in triple coverage.

These are early days in the Ravens’ offensive overhaul. Thursday marked the midway point of the team’s offseason team activities. But coach John Harbaugh, after the team’s second open practice, said he wants the offense to be “as modern and as applicable as we can,” which in today’s NFL roughly translates to “as passing-heavy as...

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