It’s currently the point of the NFL offseason when teams are going through their lightly padded practices, in which playbooks are installed and the rust is shaken off prior to training camp further into the summer. Not coincidentally, this is also the peak time of year for reports that players are in the best shape of their lives, fringe wide receivers are supposedly catching everything and highly touted rookies are catching the eyes of the established veterans.
In Baltimore, that is very much the case this year for many well regarded prospects picked towards the top of Ozzie Newsome’s final draft in charge of the front office. In terms of profile and resume, one of them stands above the rest – former Louisville Cardinal and current backup quarterback Lamar Jackson.


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